Foot Locker just released one of the funniest commercials of the year starring retired boxers Mike Tyson and Evander ... All is right includes Tyson returning the chunk he bit off of Holyfields’s ear, which he preserved in formaldehyd.
More importantly, they made this ad, in which “all is right with the world.” We love that Holyfield and Tyson (who just released a new memoir) both agreed to the ad, and its existence also proves that Dennis Rodman has something of a …
Foot Locker once again kicks off its Week if Greatness release with Kyrie Irving. But this time the athletic retailer also brings along Mike Tyson, Bret Favre and more to make amends for some past wrongs and make sure “All Is Right.” In …
Almost nothing crazier has ever happened in the world of boxing than when Mike Tyson bit off some off Evander Holyfield's ear during one of their bouts in 1997. Everyone knows about it, everyone remembers it! Well, leave it up to a Foot …
What would life be like if all was right in the world? Foot Locker took a stab at the idea, and it got pretty close. In a new …
This bizarre new advert from Footlocker shows Mike Tyson giving old rival Evander Holyfield his ear back in a gift box ... Whatever the advert's objective - it shows that Tyson, Holyfield and Rodman, three of the great figures of their sports - …
“The parodies of Jean-Claude Van Damme’s “Epic Split” for Volvo Trucks are already getting old, but this one’s good for …
Who would have thought that one shoe store could do so much good? Foot Locker has released a new ad for their Week of Greatness, seven days of premium shoe releases so good that it can right all of the world’s wrongs. Foot Locker …
Foot Locker is getting into the ... buddies in the opening moments. Cut to Mike Tyson approaching Evander Holyfield’s mansion, ringing the doorbell and telling the heavyweight, “I’m sorry, I got your ear,” before giving his old foe a big hug.
In Foot Locker's "Week of Greatness" ad, Kyrie Irving of the Cleveland Cavaliers reflects on how the shoe retailer's week-long promotion of the world's best sneakers makes you feel like "all is right with the world." The 60-second ad flashes …