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Maybe Danny Williams isn't the guy Mike Tyson wants for his first fight in 15 months.
"I'm not coming in there to lay down," Williams said. "A lot of fighters do when they fight Tyson. If I'm going to be knocked out, I want to be knocked out. I'm not going to lay down just because of his reputation."
In other words, the bloke from Brixton, England, isn't heading to Kentucky on July 30 to go quietly into the night with a paycheck and a loss.
Williams doesn't have a reputation in the United States. You could have inserted the name of Williams, Kevin McBride, or any other number of heavyweights into the bill against Tyson and gotten the same reaction. But things are a bit different in his native England, where the former British and Commonwealth champion has a rep as a talented heavyweight who has not yet put the entire package together to make a move onto the world stage.