Foot Locker's 'In a Perfect World' commercial is hilarious. It shows athletes like Brett Favre, Mike Tyson and Dennis Rodman making amends for various things. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) has the rest. Foot
In the latest "funniest commercial of the week of the year of the century," Foot Locker is celebrating it's Week of Greatness 2013 by making all things right in the world. The clip opens up with Mike Tyson showing up at …
But it took Seles two years to return to the pro circuit ... an act such as this next one would be jail time for someone on the street. Mike Tyson may be one of the greatest heavyweights of all time but he was also …
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The shoe retailer is promoting its "Week of Greatness" with an ad featuring Cavaliers star Kyrie Irving marveling at how sports icons like Mike Tyson ... balance. Tyson does his part by returning the piece of Evander …
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Foot Locker has come out with a hilarious albeit heartwarming commercial in celebration for the Week of …
Mike Tyson really seems to be taking his quest for redemption seriously. In his latest effort to make amends for the mistakes of his past, the former heavyweight champion has returned the portion of Evander Holyfield's …
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In the spot a sheepish Mike Tyson shows up at Evander Holyfield's home, says he sorry and presents him with a small box as a token of apology. It turns out it's Holyfield's ear, which Tyson infamously chomped on during …
Foot Locker just released one of the funniest commercials of the year starring retired boxers Mike Tyson and Evander Holyfield, retired NBA and NFL superstars Dennis Rodman and Brat Favre, as well as Cleveland …
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In a recently-released Foot Locker ad, Mike Tyson arrives at Evander Holyfield's home and returns the latter's ear. Also featured in the colorful ad are North Korea-bound Dennis Rodman and the always-comebacking …
Every person’s definition of “things that make you feel all’s right with the world” differs, but Foot Locker’s idea, in a new ad with Kyrie Irving, is pretty close. Brett Favre muses that, “a man’s got to know when to walk away,” …
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