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OTD in 1986: Tyson is WBC Champ at 20yrs old. I remember exactly where I was (My friend, Clifford's house. My family didn't have HBO so Cliff and his mom invited me over. Very sweet). Berbick wasn't great but he was tough. This is close to peak Tyson.

Pastor Clifford Tyson of Tampa voted in a presidential election for the first time in 42 years. "It felt wonderful."

"It felt wonderful," pastor Clifford Tyson said after casting his vote in a presidential election for the first time in 42 years.

🗣"I broke my back, my back is broken!" Back in 2003 Mike Tyson said that he broke his back when he knocked out the black rhino Clifford Etienne 🤨

Jeff Fenech walked out on Mike Tyson's fight camp just days before his last win, thanks to that face tattoo. 'Iron Mike' knocked out Clifford Etienne inside a minute, yet his own career was ready to be put to sleep.

Mike Tyson got face tattoo just week before Clifford Etienne clash as he 'didn't want to fight in future', says trainer

A Tampa man cast his first ballot for president in more than 40 years. Clifford Tyson is one of the 17 plaintiffs who recently won a court challenge to Florida's law banning felons with outstanding legal fees from voting.

Clifford Tyson is one of the 17 plaintiffs who recently won a court challenge to Florida's law banning felons with outstanding legal fees from voting. Thanks to early voting, Tyson got to vote for the first time in over 40 years.

A very punchy Live Laugh Leafs! - Tyson Barrie's point shots - Are shots overrated? (the Leafs think so) - Let Kyle Clifford go no buckie iTunes: Spotify: YouTube:

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Clifford Tyson wants to help choose America’s next president. But the Florida resident fears his vote might return him to jail. Read more:

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Clifford Tyson owes court-ordered fines and fees for three felony convictions which are decades old. Under a Florida law that went into effect July 1, he must pay those penalties before casting a ballot or risk being prosecuted for voter fraud.

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’As much as I want to vote, I can't do it because I want to play by the rules’: While Clifford Tyson wants to help choose America’s next president, the Florida resident fears his vote might return him to jail

Last year, Floridians approved a groundbreaking ballot initiative that restored felon voting rights. But then the Republican-controlled legislature imposed restrictions that could put residents like Clifford Tyson back in jail

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