Weird: 1995 Mike Tyson Fight Shows “Time Traveler” Using A Smartphone

Published On May 14, 2016 | By john | Latest posts, MMA, News, Pro Sports, sports news, The Barbershop, Uncategorized, video

BY:  John “Hennry” Harris

BOSSes, do you believe in time travel ??

For some the idea sounds ridiculous or just a figment of the overactive imagination of a science-fiction writer, but there are some pictures and even a short movie clip from Charlie Chaplin of man appearing to walk and talk with a cellphone in the 1920s that suggest time travel is a very real.

tysontravellerFootage from a Mike Tyson fight in Las Vegas, NV in 1995 appears to show a spectator in the crowd standing in the front row using a smartphone to record Iron Mike pummel Peter McNeeley in the ring.

The peculiar thing is, the first camera phone was sold in 2000.

Conspiracy theorists suggest that the spectator could only be a human time traveler from the future or an alien – or detractors say it could actually be an early digital camera.

At the time, the Tyson vs. McNeeley fight was the highest-grossing fight in history as this was Tyson’s first match tysontraveller2in four years.

JammyBantam was the first to publish the bizarre sighting on YouTube in September 2015 which shows a spectator holding what looks like a an object that has a lens in the center, just like a smartphone.  JammyBantam makes it clear that there were no cameras in the 1990s designed to look like the device in the clip and adds “it even flashes red ffs.”

“I dunno if it’s a time traveller or not, but no one can explain what camera it is; a QV-100 doesn’t have a silver bit on the right, and this camera doesn’t seem to have a black line under the lens,” JammyBantam shares in the video description.1990hitekcamcorders

“What we have here is a time traveler coming back to watch their favorite fighter and sitting in the front row seats,” he writes.

“Back in 1995 they did have phones, but they didn’t yet have cameras on them.”

One YouTuber did some research and did find some fairly sophisticated camcorders that were available back in the 1990s that resembled the device in the picture, but some argue that the device in the video flashes in the video just like a modern-day smartphone.

jayztimetravellerIs time-travelling possible ?

I can’t definitively call it.

But if it does exist, it definitely has TiVo or DVRs beat !!





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