A fighter with a record of 19-0 is in the main event of this week's "Friday Night Fights." He's taking on a younger boxer who has two losses and a draw on his professional ledger.
An advantage for the older unbeaten, right? Wrong!
At 32, Lanardo Tyner is older and has a perfect mark (19-0, 11 KOs), but that age doesn't equal experience, and that unblemished record isn't built on sturdy bricks.
"I want to prove to the world that I'm an up-and-coming fighter, and I'm ...