Mike Tyson Scheduled FightWritten by Elvis Preston King
There is some confusion over fight date and where fight will take place and against what opponent.
You author is a really big Mike Tyson fan and believes given chance he could get Mike back on right track again. Not only in boxing ring but in his life.
Your author knows what is like to have success very young as I had authored a famous book very young and then became a millionaire over night and then lost it all later in life. Wow that hurts. I personally know how Mike feels. I would like to have a chance to help him pick himself up off canvas and fight again. Gaining heavy weight championship title of world at twenty years old is very hard to deal with correctly. As a matter of fact is next to impossible.
I too like helping poor people. But Mike or I cannot do it if we don’t get back in ring and fight, fight, fight. Our smiling broke faces won’t do much to support good causes.
I understand Mike and including his love for women. I am now in Estonia with a thousand dream girls but like Mike Tyson I like hot Dominican girls and if Mike likes I will introduce him to a thousand girls over there who won’t file rape charges against him. I was very angry when Mike lost three years of his life and career to a girl named Desiree who probably communicated to Mike that she wanted it then decided to take him down just to put a feather in her own cap. She is a you know what. Love and seduction is your author’s game. I hold world record of most seductions of any man on planet. A champion in my own right. I am baddest playboy on planet as Mike is baddest fighter on planet. He just needs an adjustment in his thinking.
The Making of a Billiards Champion (Series III of V)Written by Jackie "The Angel" Broadhurst
“Stun Strokes” Once your fundamentals are correct and you are shooting with a straight and level cue, you need to master stun stroke. This shot is most important shot because it gives you a reference for cue ball positioning.
Straight-In Stun Stroke When you hit a stun stroke on a straight in shot, it will produce a “stop shot.” In other words, ball stops as soon as it makes contact with object ball. Factors that influence this are a blend of following; cue tip location, force, follow through, and quickness (the amount of time it takes cue tip to accelerate through ball). There are an infinite number of blends of these variables that produce a stop shot. For example, you can use 4”of follow through with a small force OR only 1”of follow through with a large force to produce a stop shot. Play with these variables until you can manipulate each one and still get same cue ball position. Measure your follow through by placing a ruler beside your cue tip. Then, vary distance between balls. Once you’ve mastered a stop shot with 1 diamond or 12” of distance, keep increasing it by another 12”. The more distance you have, more forward rotation or “high english” ball picks up before it strikes object ball. So greater distance, lower you must hit cue ball to produce a stun/stop shot.