DOG ASIDE:\r\nHenry Durand Tillman is an American former boxer. \u00a0As an amateur boxer.....Tillman twice defeated Mike Tyson....winning both bouts via close decisions. Tillman went on to win heavyweight gold at the Los Angeles Olympics against highly touted Canadian boxer Willie de Witt. \u00a0Tillman turned pro in 1984 as a cruiserweight and had a disappointing professional career....primarily due to a weak chin. However in 1987 he was able to secure a shot at WBA Cruiserweight Title holder Evander Holyfield....who dropped Tillman three times en route to a 7th round TKO. \u00a0Tillman later lost to Willie DeWitt\u00a0in a rematch of their 1984 Heavyweight Olympic Final bout. \u00a0In 1990, he took on Mike Tyson in Tyson's comeback bout after his loss to James "Buster" Douglas. Tyson knocked him out in the first round. He finished his professional career with a record of 25-6-0 with 16 knockouts.\r\nBertram Cooper, nicknamed Smokin' Bert Cooper, is a heavyweight boxer\u00a0most famous for his punching power and several wild brawls in the 1990's. \u00a0Cooper came out of Philadelphia and was trained in his early years by ex-champ Joe Frazier....rising in the rankings with a series of explosive knockouts in the Cruiserweight division. \u00a0Unable to get a world title shot despite winning the NABF belt.....while defeating Olympic gold medallist Henry Tillman and future world championTyrone Booze....he began boxing in the heavyweight division....knocking out Willie DeWitt in 2 rounds....but being stopped in 8 rounds by number 1 ranked heavyweight contender Carl "The Truth" Williams.....and then in 2 rounds by George Foreman.