March 12, 2015 - Robin Thicke's Legal Woes & Boxing

  • 03/12/2015

Singer Robin Thicke lands in hot water over his song "Blurred Lines," and Larry talks boxing with Mike Tyson, Jackie Kallen, Keith Robinson and LZ Granderson.

>> TONIGHTLY, WE'RETALKING BOXING.

WELL, MIKE TYSON WILL BETALKING.

THE REST OF US WILL BEAGREEING WITH WHATEVER THE

HELL HE SAYS.

ARE VIOLENT SPORTS ON THEIRWAY OUT.

IF THEY'RE ANYTHING LIKEACTUAL VIOLENCE, PROBABLY

NOT.

>> MAYWEATHER AND PACQUIAOARE FINALLY GOING

TOE-TO-TOE.

I HAVEN'T BEEN THISEXCITED ABOUT A FIGHT

SINCE I WAS THIS EXCITEDABOUT THE FIGHT THEY SHOULD

HAVE HAD FIVE YEARS AGO.

FLOAT LIKE A BUTTER FLY,STING LIKE A BEE, PUT DOWN

THE REMOTE, TIME TO GETNIGHTLY THIS IS THE NIGHTLY

SHOW.(CHEERS AND APPLAUSE)

>> THANK YOU VERY MUCH, OH,

MAN.

THANK YOU.

APPRECIATE IT.

>> THANK YOU.

(AUDIENCE CHANTING "LARRY!")

>> THANK YOU VERY MUCH, IAPPRECIATE IT.

WELCOME TO THE NIGHTLY SHOW.

I'M LARRY WILMORE, WE HAVESUCH A GREAT SHOW.

WE'RE GOING TO TALK ABOUTBOXING.

IRON MIKE TYSON HERE ONTHE PANEL TONIGHT.

YES.

YES.

BUT SINCE IT'S THURSDAY,WE'RE GOING TO DO OUR MOST

POPULAR WEEKLY CHECK INSEGMENT CALLED THICKE

THURSDAY.

>> WHOOO!

>> THAT'S RIGHT.

YOU GUYS KNOW THICKETHURSDAY.

IT'S WHERE WE EXPLORE WHATIS GOING ON IN THE WORLD OF

ROBIN THICKE.

>> ROBIN THICKE AND PHARRELLWILLIAMS HAVE TO GIVE IT UP.

JURORS RULED THE BLURREDLINES SINGERS INFRINGED ON

THE COPYRIGHT OF MARVINGAYE'S 70'S HIT.

>> PHARRELL CLAIMS HE WROTETHE SONG WITH ROBIN THICKE

AND TI, BUT THE JURY DIDN'TBUY IT AWARDING GAYE'S FAMILY

NEARLY $7.4 MILLION.

>> Larry: 7.4 MILLION, MERCYMERCY ME.

>> THAT ROBIN THICKE HAS GOTTO BE SAYING WHAT'S GOING ON.

AND I BET MARVINGAY'S FAMILY IS SAYING HOW

SWEET IT IS.

I HEARD IT THROUGH THEGRAPEVINE THAT PHARRELL AND

THICKE WANTED TO USE THEIRCREDIT CARDS BUT THE GRAND

JURY SAID AIN'T NOTHING LIKETHE REAL THING.

>> AND IT SOUNDS LIKE THEIRPOCKETBOOKS COULD USE A

LITTLE SEXUAL HEALING.

>> LET'S GET IT ON.

MR. SANDMAN-- OKAY, I'MRUNNING OUT OF MARVIN GAYE

SONGS THAT I CAN THINK OF.

I CAN'T-- BUT YOU GET THEPOINT.

IT'S A PRETTY CRAZY COURTCASE.

OH LEGAL SYSTEM, YOU ARESOME KIND OF WONDERFUL.

>> ALL RIGHT, I'M BEING TOLDTHAT IS ONE TOO MANY.

ANYWAY, THAT'S NOT THE ONLYCRAZY THING GOING ON IN THE

MUSIC WORLD.

>> THE WU TANG CLAN HAS ANEW ALBUM COMING OUT BUT

ONLY ONE OF US CAN BUY IT,THERE IS APPARENTLY ONLY ONE

COPY AND IT IS BEING KEPT INA MOROCCAN VAULT UNTIL IT IS

AUCTIONED IT THE HIGHESTBIDDER.

>> THIS IS BY CZAR.

THE WU TANG DECIDED TORELEASE THIS ALBUM I DON'T

KNOW, AS A WORK OF ART,OKAY.

SO IT'S GOING TO AUCTION ANDTHIS IS TRUE, ONLY ONE

PERSON CAN HAVE IT.

NOW THERE ARE RUMORS ITCOULD GO FOR AS HIGH AS LIKE

$5 MILLION.

SO MY ESTIMATION SAY THAT ISABOUT $4,999,988.01 CENT

MORSE THAN IT SHOULD BE.ACTUALLY, $5 MILLION

MORE IF YOU HAVE BIT TORRENT. NOW THE GROUP

GAVE EXCLUSIVE DETAILS ONTHE AUCTION TO FORBES

MAGAZINE WHICH I GUESS MAKESSENSE SINCE GHOSTFACE

KILLAH IS A DEPUTY EDITOR ATTHE MAGAZINE.

ALL RIGHT.

TRUE.

I'M NOT MAKING THIS UP,OKAY.

BUT EVEN IF I DON'T WINTHE AUCTION I HAVE A COMPUTER.

SO I'M SURE I WILL BE ABLETO LISTEN TO IT LIKE

PROBABLY THE DAY AFTER ORSOMETHING.

>> LOOKS LIKE THISGENERATION OF WU TANG FANS

WILL NEVER BE ABLE TO ENJOYIT ACCORDING TO FORBES, THE

ALBUM TITLED THE WU ONCEUPON A TIME IN SCHAOLIN

CAN'T LEGALLY BE HEARD BYTHE MASSES FOR 88 YEARS?

>> 88 YEARS, MAN, SO I WILLBE AN OLD, OLD DIRTY BASTARD

WHEN THIS ALBUM COMES OUT?

>> [BLEEP] OH, HEY THATREMINDED ME, IT'S 2015, IT'S

BEEN 88 YEARS, I CAN FILLLYLISTEN THAT EDDIE CANTOR

ALBUM MY GRANDFATHER BOUGHT IN1927.

THIS IS GREAT.

UNBELIEVABLE.

I JUST HAPPEN TO HAVE ITHERE.

OH, HERE IT IS.

I HAVE BEEN WAITING 88 YEARSTO PLAY THIS THING.

>> I JUST HAPPEN TO HAVE AGRAMOPHONE RIGHT HERE.

>> PUT THIS UP.

OKAY.

ALL RIGHT.

LET'S SEE.

>> HEY, EVERYONE, HERE WE GO.

>> ♪♪ NO, NO, IN THE CUZI.

BOOTY SO BIG ♪♪ SO ROUND

♪ LIKE A GIRL COMING TOTOWN ♪

♪. (RAPPING)

>> Larry: YEAH.

>> 2015.

>> YEAH.

EDDIE CANTOR AND WE OUT.>> OK, CUT IT PLEASE

>> DAMN, EASY E EDDIECANTOR WAS BALLER AHEAD OF

HIS TIME.

AND THAT IS THIS WEEK'STHICKE THURSDAY.

SEE YOU NEXT WEEK,THICKEOPHILES.

>> ALL RIGHT.

ALL RIGHT.

OKAY, OUR TOP STORY TONIGHT,YOU FOLKS SAY PASS TIME THAT

PEOPLE OFTEN ENJOYED 88YEARS AGO, WATCHING GROWN

ADULTS BEAT THE MESS OUT OFEACH OTHER.

FLOYD MAYWEATHER AND MANNYPACQUIAO HAD A PRESS

CONFERENCE FOR THEIR HIGHLYANTICIPATED FIGHT.

>> MAYWEATHER AND PACQUIAOWILL FINALLY SQUARE OFF IN

THE RING MAY 2nd AT THEM.G.M. GRAND AND IT'S

STACKING UP TO THE BIGGESTFIGHT TO EVER HIT THE LAS

VEGAS STRIP?

>> HOLD ON, THE BIGGESTFIGHT EVER ON THE VEGAS

STRIP?

A LITTLE RESPECT.

TUPAC WAS INVOLVED IN APRETTY BIG FIGHT ON THE

STRIP, ALL RIGHT, OR SHOULDWE SAY A B-I-G FIGHT.

OH, SORRY, TOO SOON.

OH.

OKAY.

ALL RIGHT.

LET ME JUST POUR OUT ALITTLE FOR THAT JOKE.

OUT OF RESPECT.

>> ALL OUT OF RESPECT.

ANY WAY, THE MAY 2nd BOUT ISEXPECTED TO SET A PAY PER

VIEW RECORD AND MAYWEATHERIS LOOKING AT A RECORD

PAY DAY.

>> WHEN IT COMES TO THEPURSE MAYWEATHER IS GETTING

A 60-40 SPLIT WHICH MEANSHIS CUT WITHOUT COULD BE

WORTH MORE THAN $120 MILLION.

>> MAN.

I BARELY MAKE THAT IN AMONTH.

JUST KIDDING, IT'S CABLE ITWOULD TAKE ME $120 MILLION

YEARS TO MAKE THIS THAT'SRIGHT, I MAKE A DOLLAR A

YEAR.

>> THIS SEEMS LIKE A LOT OFEXCITEMENT.

I'M A LITTLE CONFUSED.

I THOUGHT BOXING WAS DEAD.

SO IS BOXING BACK?

>> NBC IS BRINGING ELITEPROFESSIONAL BOXING, TO

MILLIONS OF SPORT FANS ONTHREE NETWORK TELEVISION IN

PRIME TIME.

>> Larry: NBC IS MAKING ANEFFORT TO REJUVENATE A SPORT

THAT HAS GOTTEN GOTTENCHOKED OUT BY MMA.

OVER THE YEARS BOXINGSUFFERED FROM CORRUPTION,

LACK OF BIG STARS, APATHYFROM FANS, IT'S A LOT LIKE

NBC, NEWS IF YOU THINK ABOUTIT.

>> NOW IT'S TRUE THATMAYWEATHER AND PACQUIAO ARE

ABOUT TO CASH IN ON A BIG PAYDAY BUT OVERALL BOXING HAS

BEEN ON A DECLINE.

PURSES ARE SHRINKING, THEAUDIENCE IS SHRINKING AND

THERE IS ONE OTHER THINGTHAT IS SHRINKING.

>> RESEARCHERS AT CLEVELANDCLINIC LOU RUVO CENTER FOR

BRAIN HEALTH STUDIED MORETHAN 200 PROFESSIONAL BOXERS

AND MIXED MARTIAL ARTFIGHTERS.

RESULTS SHOW THOUGH THOSEWHO WERE EXPOSED TO MORE

FIGHTS ON AVERAGE HAD SLOWERPROCESSING SPEEDS AND

CERTAIN PARTS OF THE BRAINACTUALLY SHRUNK.

>> NO OFFENSE TEST DUMMY BUTYOU ARE A HORRIBLE BOXER.

WHAT FIGHT ARE YOU SUPPOSEDTO BE, TOMMY NO HANDS

O'MALLEY?

COME ON, NO HANDS, DUCK,THAT'S ALL YOU GOT.

>> THAT'S ALL YOU GOT.

WELL, TO TALK MORE ABOUT THETOLL BOXING IS TAKING PLEASE

WELCOME THE HUMAN BRAIN.

>> .

VERY GLAD TO BE HERE, LARRY.

>> WHAT UP, LARRY.

>> THERE IS TWO OF YOU?

>> ONE BRAIN, TWO HEMISPHERES.I'M THE LOGICAL SIDE

>> AND I'M THE SIDEYOU WANT TO PARTY WITH!

YOU GOT ANY WEED, LARRY.

I WANT TO WRITE A SONG.

>> DO NOT GIVE IT TO HIM,LARRY.

HE KILLED ENOUGH OF MY CELLSLAST NIGHT.

>> THAT'S FUNNY, HEBUZZKILLS A BUNCH OF MY

CELLS EVERY DAY.

>> Larry: OKAY, OKAY, GUYS,YOU'RE HERE TO TALK BRAIN

INJURIES, NOT SELLING WEED,ALL RIGHT.

>> THAT'S RIGHT, THANK YOU,LARRY.

>> Larry: OKAY, GO AHEAD.

>> HERE IS A STAT FOR YOURVIEWERS, ACCORDING TO

AMERICAN JOURNAL OF SPORTSMEDICINE 31.9% OF

FIGHTERS END WITH THEMSUFFERING A TBI.

>> THAT STANDS FOR TRAUMATIC-- I'M SORRY, ME FART.

>> TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY, YOUCERE-BUM

>> THAT IS THE BEST LEFTHEMI CAN DO COMING UP WITH A

ZINGER, LARRY, HEY LIMP NODE,I CAN'T HELP THAT YOU HOGGED THE

LONG-TERM MEMORY ZONE.

>> Larry: LET'S GET BACK TOTHE ISSUE AT HAND.

ALMOST ONE OUT OF THREE UFCFIGHTS ENDS WITH A BRAIN

INJURY, THAT'S SHOCKING.

>> AND LARRY, BOXING ISN'TMUCH BETTER, 20% OF

PROFESSIONAL BOXERS WILLEVENTUALLY DEVELOP CHRONIC TBI.

IT WILL RESULT IN ABNORMALSPEECH, LANGUAGE, LOSS OF

SPEAKING ABILITY AND EVEN SEVEREEMOTIONAL PROBLEMS.

>> Larry: THAT IS SCARY.

I KNOW THE NFL HAS BEENTAKING THIS MUCH MORE

SERIOUSLY.

>> SEX!>> SEX!

>> Larry: WHAT WAS THAT.

>> SEX, SEX, SEX.

>> SORRY, LARRY, WE ARE AHEALTHY MALE BRAIN.

WE CAN'T HELP BUT THINKABOUT SEX.

>> SEX!

>> Larry: OKAY.

>> EVERY MINUTE OR SO.

>> Larry: OKAY, OKAY, CALMDOWN GUYS.

SO WHAT ARE THE THOUGHTS SIT REASONABLE TO THINK WE

SHOULD JUST OUTLAW THESEVIOLENT SPORTS OR --

>> NO!

SPORTS ARE EXCITING, LARRY!

BESIDES WE ONLY USE A SMALLPERCENTAGE OF OUR BRAIN.

SO IF A PART OF IT SHRINKSIT'S REALLY NO BIG DEAL.

>> YOU IDIOT, THAT'S USYOU'RE TALKING ABOUT.

WE SHOULD ABSOLUTELY OUTLAWTHESE SPORTS

>> SEX, SEX.

>> SEX, SEX.

>> Larry: GUYS, STOP, STOP.

>> JUST GIVE ME ONE ANSWER.

OUTLAW OR NOT OUTLAW.

>> I SAY PARTY ON.

>> I SAY WEAR A HELMET.

>> NOT SURE WE'RE TALKINGABOUT THE SAME THING.

>> THE HUMAN BRAIN,EVERYBODY.

WE'LL BE RIGHT BACK.

>> ALL RIGHT, WELCOME BACK,WE'RE TALKING ABOUT BOXING,

JOINING ME ON THE PANEL ESPNSENIOR CONTRIBUTOR LZ

GRANDERSON.

VERY FUNNY MAN.

HE'S BEEN WITH US BEFORE.

COMEDIAN KEITH ROBINSON.

THE FIRST LADY OF BOXING,MANAGER JACKIE KALLEN.

AND WE'RE DOING A BOXINGSHOW, I DON'T KNOW WHY WE

HAVE THIS GUY ON THE SHOWBUT I WILL INTRODUCE HIM

ANYWAY.

FORMER HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONPRODUCER OF THE NEW

DOCUMENTARY CHAPS. IT ISINCREDIBLE.

IT HITS THEATERS TOMORROW,MR. MIKE TYSON.

>> (APPLAUSE)

>> OKAY.

>> SO I WILL START WITH YOUBECAUSE WHEN I THINK, YOU

KNOW SO MUCH ABOUT BOXING.

>> I KNOW A LITTLE.

>> YES, YOU KNOW SO MUCHABOUT IT.

THE HISTORY OF BOXING, JOELOUIS, THE WHOLE COUNTRY

LOVED JOE LOUIS, MUHAMMADALI.

THE WHOLE WORLD FELL IN LOVEWITH HIM.

YOU CAME INTO BOXING NO ONEEVER HAD SEEN ANYTHING LIKE

MIKE TYSON.

I THINK BOXING IS PAST ITSHEYDAY.

CONVINCE ME THAT YOU ARE NOTTHE LAST GREAT BOXER.

>> WELL, LISTEN, I DON'TKNOW.

>> Larry: DID IT END WITHYOU?

>> I MEAN LOOK, THERE IS ALOT OF EXCITEMENT ABOUT

PACQUIAO AND THE PACQUIAOMAYWEATHER FIGHT, I GET THAT,

BUT IT ALMOST SEEMS LIKE ANABERRATION, DOES IT FEEL

LIKE THE SPORT IS DYING?

>> THE SPORT IS-- WOW, HOWCAN I SAY.

WHEN YOU THINK ABOUT THESITUATION, THEY SAID I'M

HEARING RUMORS, IT 20 TO$120 MILLION, HE'S THE HIGHEST

PAID ATHLETE ON THE PLANET.

SO EITHER THE SPORT IS DYINGOR JUST PEOPLE JUST ARE

FREELY SPENDING THEIR MONEYTO SEE A BOXING MATCH.

>> Larry: IT'S KIND OF LIKE THECOUNTRY, IT IS THE 1%

GETTING ALL THE PURSES.

HOW DOES IT FEEL TO YOU,JACKIE, DOES IT FEEL

DIFFERENT.

>> IT'S REAL DIFFERENT NOW.

THE FIGHTERS ARE DIFFERENTNOW.

WE WERE TALKING ABOUT THAT.

THE FIGHTERS IN OUR GENERATIONAND I SAY OURS, I'M OLDER

THAN HIM, OF COURSE.

BUT BACK IN THE HEYDAY, INTHE '80s, '90s, FIGHTERS WOULD

FIGHT ANYBODY.

THE BEST NEEDED TO FIGHT THEBEST.

BECAUSE TO BE THE BEST, YOUHAVE TO FIGHT THE BEST.

SO EVERY GOOD FIGHTER WANTEDTO FIGHT A GOOD FIGHTER TO

PROVE HOW GOOD HE WAS.

NOW THEY DON'T WANT TO DOTHAT.

>> Larry: WHY IS BOXING, WHYDO YOU THINK BOXING FEELS

OLD NOW?

IS IT MMA, IS THAT THE ONLYREASON?

>> NO, I MEAN, I DON'T LIKEMMA.

I DON'T LIKE THAT.

THAT IS LIKE A GUY LAYING ONTHE GROUND GETTING TEA-BAGGED

>> WAIT, WAIT, WAIT.

>> 30 SECONDS, A GUY HASHIS BALLS IN HIS EYES AND --

>> WAIT, IS THAT A BAD THING?

>> WHEN I WAS THE SLAP BOXINGCHAMPION IN 78 TO 81,

>> YOU WERE THE SLAP BOXINGCHAMPION? OF COURSE YOU WERE

>> IN PHILADELPHIA

>> WHAT PRISON?

>>> NO IT'S ALL GOOD.

>> NO, BUT I-- I JUST THINKBOXING, PEOPLE JUST FORGET

ABOUT BOXING AND THE SCIENCEOF BOXING.

BOXING, IT'S SCIENTIFIC.

>> YOU'RE RIGHT.

>> AND IT'S GREAT IF YOU DOIT IF YOU KNOW HOW TO DO IT.

>> IT ALMOST SEEMS CIVILIZEDCOMPARED TO MMA.

>> RIGHT.

>> A LOT OF KIDS IT SEEMSLIKE THEY JUST NEED MORE

NOW.

>> HOW MUCH HAS CORRUPTIONHURT BOXING.

WHEN I THINK OF-- I MEAN DONKING, I KNOW HE WAS YOUR BOY FOR

A WHILE. YOU KNOW WHERE I'MGOING WITH THIS.

>> I KNOW WHERE YOU AREGOING.

LET ME EXPLAIN.>> OKAY, GO, GO.

>> LET'S ALL TAKE A STEP BACK!

>> THERE WERE ALWAYS PEOPLE LIKEDON KING

THERE WERE PEOPLE BEFORE DONKING THAT IS WHY DON KING

GOT THE IDEA TO BECOME THEGUY THAT HE IS.

THERE'S PEOPLE LIKE HIM NOW.

THERE'S ALWAYS GOING TO BETHAT FIGURE AND THAT LITTLE

DARK SELL SHADOWY SPORTS,WHERE ALL THE DEALS IN BOXING

THE ONLY SPORT IN THE HISTORYOF THE WORLD WHERE ALL THE

DEALS ARE NOT ON THE TABLE.

>> JACKIE, YOU ARETAKING 70% FROM THE BOXERS?

>> WHAT?

>> DID I EVER TAKE 70% FROM AFIGHTER? YOU'VE KNOWN ME

>> Larry: THAT WAS A JOKE.

>> BUT SERIOUSLY, THERE AREMANAGERS OUT THERE

>> SOME MANAGERS TAKE 50% ANDTHEY DON'T EVEN MANAGE GOOD.

THEY'RE JUST GLORIFIEDBABY-SITTERS.

>> THAT'S RIGHT.

>> Larry: AND A LOT OFBOXERS, THEY DON'T KNOW

ABOUT FINANCES WHEN THEY GETINTO IT.

MANY KIDS HAVE NEVER HADMONEY, YOU KNOW, WHEN THEY

GET INTO BOXING.

>> LISTEN, WE'RE THELOWEST-- WE'RE THE LOWEST

FORM-- WE'RE LIKE-- I DON'TKNOW WHAT ARE WE, LIKE SLUM

DWELLERS, MOST FIGHTERS.

>> THAT'S SOUNDS TERRIBLE.

I THINK THAT IT'S MORE THELOWER INCOME PEOPLE

>> WHAT ARE YOU, PART OF THEGOP?

>> NO, NO, NO, MIKE'S KEEPING IT100

>> LET'S KEEP IT REAL HERE.

>> I'M FROM HELL.

I WAS BORN IN HELL.

AND SO EVERY TIME I WON AFIGHT, AND I DO GOOD, IT WAS

ONE STEP OUT OF HELL.

AND ONE STEP CLOSER TOIMMORTAL GLORY.

>> Larry: THAT'S WHAT ITFELT LIKE.

>> NO, THAT IS WHAT IT WAS.(APPLAUSE)

>> Larry: I STAND CORRECTED.

I JUST WANTED TO ASK YOU ONEMORE THING, THERE IS A KID

OUT THERE WHO IS LOOKING TOGET INTO BOXING, OKAY.

WHAT IS YOUR ADVICE TO THATKID?

>> GO TO MMA.>> Larry: THERE YOU GO

SOUNDS PRETTY GOOD. WE'LL BERIGHT BACK.

>> Larry: WELCOME BACK.

IT'S TIME FOR THE SEGMENT,WE LIKE TO KEEP IT A HUNDRED.

FOR ALL YOU PEOPLE THAT DON'TKNOW, THAT MEANS KEEP IT 100%

REAL. IF YOU DO, YOU GET ASTICKER. IF NOT, YOU GET

SOME WEAK TEA. AND FEEL FREE TOTEA BAG IF YOU LIKE

>> OKAY.

>> ALL RIGHT.

THIS IS-- OKAY, YEAH, WE'REGOING DO IT WE'RE GOING SAY,

I'M GOING ASK YOU WHO IS THEGREATEST BOXER, OKAY.

AND YOU CAN'T SAY MIKE TYSONBECAUSE I KNOW YOU WILL JUST

KISS HIS ASS.

EVEN IF IT'S TRUE, ITDOESN'T MATTER.

>> TAKING IT OFF THE TABLE.

>> Larry: HERE'S WHY.

YOU HAVE TO NAME SOMEONEELSE AND WHEN YOU SAY WHO,

WHY THEY ARE THE GREATEST,YOU HAVE TO TELL ME WHY THEY'D

BEAT MIKE TYSON, OKAY.

YOU'RE A BOXING FAN.

YOU'RE A BOXING FAN, YOUSHOULD BE ABLE TO DO THIS,

MIKE, THEY SHOULD BE ABLE TODO THIS JACKIE, GO AHEAD WHO

IS THE GREATEST.

>> YOU'RE ASKING ME, WHO ISTHE GREATEST?

OF ALL TIME.

>> Larry: YEAH.

>> JOE LOUIS.

>> Larry: WHY WOULD HE BEATTYSON.

>> I THINK BECAUSE HE WASBECAUSE-- I'M 100% REAL

AND I DON'T -->> TEA BAG HER, PLEASE.

CAN YOU -->> NO, I'M BEING 100% REAL

RIGHT NOW.

>> Larry: OKAY.

>> AND I SAY THAT HE WOULDBEAT MIKE TYSON BECAUSE HE

WAS A HELL OF A HEAVYWEIGHTCHAMP.

>> Larry: THERE YOU GO.

>> THAT'S A LOT OF STUTTERING.

>> Larry: NO, I GET IT.

LZ.

>> I WAS GOING TO GO WITHJOE LOUIS.

I GUESS I WILL GO WITH ALI.

>> Larry: WHY WHAT HE BEATMIKE TYSON.

>> BETTER REACH.

>> THAT'S GOOD.

>> BETTER REACH.

>> Larry: AUDIENCE?(APPLAUSE)

DID HE BELIEVE THAT?(BOOING)

>> NO.

>> Larry: WHAT? BETTER REACH.

>> I THINK THE AUDIENCE WANTSYOU TO HAVE WEAK TEA

>> YOU GOT TO SAY MORE THANTHAT.

OKAY, KEITH, KEEP IT A 100.WHO'S THE GREATEST?

>> YOU KNOW I WILL. IT'S ALI,AND I WILL TELL YOU WHY.

BECAUSE TYSON SAID HE WOULDBEAT HIM.

I WATCHED ONE OF YOURINTERVIEWS.

>> OKAY.

MIKE, I'M GOING TO DO ADIFFERENT ONE WITH YOU.

I WANT YOUR HONEST OPINION.

I'M GOING TO GO THROUGHTHESE VERY FAST.

I WILL NAME BOXERS.

AND YOU JUST TELL ME, YOUBEAT THEM, THEY BEAT YOU OR

DRAW.

>> OKAY.

>> SO GO THROUGH THESE FAST.

>> ALI.

>> ALI WINS.

>> ALI WINS.

>> JOE LOUIS.

>> I WIN.

>> ROCKY TWO.

>> I WIN.

>> GEORGE FOREMAN.

>> THIS MIGHT BE CLOSE.

>> MILLION DOLLAR BABY.

>> SHE MAY WIN.

>> APOLLO CREED.

>> I CAN TAKE HIM.

>> JAKE LAMOTTA>> HE WINS.

>> ROBERT DE NIRO

>> I WILL GET HIM GOOD.

HE DON'T STAND A CHANCE.

>> ROBERT DE NIRO AS FAT JAKELAMOTTA.

>> IF I'M FAT TOO, HE HAS ACHANCE.

>> ROBERT DE NIRO AS A YOUNGGODFATHER.

>> HE MIGHT WIN BECAUSE HEHAS THE GUNS AND STUFF.

>> Larry: SODA POP PENSKIFROM MIKE TYSON'S PUNCHOUT

YOU KNOW SODA.

>> HE BEAT ME BEFORE.

HE BEAT YOU

>> PAUL SIMON WHILE HE ISSINGING THE BOXER.

>> YOU COULD TAKE HIM.

>> Larry: ROCKY THREE.

>> THAT MIGHT BE CLOSE TOO.

>> ROCKY ONE.

>> I WOULD GET HIM.

>> ROCKY SIX.

>> I WOULD WIN.

>> ROCKY FOUR?

>> WAS I IN THAT ONE.

>> THINK ABOUT IT, MIKE,ROCKY FOUR.

>> DID HE FIGHT THE RUSSIAN.

>> THERE IS NO WAY YOU AREBEATING ROCKY FOUR.

>> DID HE FIGHT THE RUSSIANGUY.

>> THAT WAS THREE.

>> HE BEAT THE RUSSIAN IN ROCKYFOUR.

HE WOULD WIN.

>> THAT IS KEEPING IT 100.

WE'LL BE RIGHT BACK.

>> THAT'S ALL THE TIME WEHAVE FOR TONIGHT.

I'M GOING TO THANK OURPANELISTS, MIKE TYSON,

LZ GRANDERSON, JACKIE KALLEN ANDKEITH ROBINSON.

FINALLY, DON'T FORGET TOFOLLOW@NIGHTLY SHOW ON

TWITTER, LIKE THE SHOW ONFACEBOOK AND SWIPE RIGHT IF

WE EVER START A TINDER ACCOUNT

ALI IS MY-- HE PROBABLY ISTHE GREATEST, BUT WHEN PUSH

COMES TO SHOVE, YOU CANNOTSAY TYSON WOULDN'T GET HIM,

COME ON, AM I RIGHT?

UNTIL THEN, GOOD NIGHTLY,EVERYONE

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