Evander Holyfield may have finally run out of reasons to keep fighting. If so, it appears he'll be the last one to admit it.
The former heavyweight champion's sad decline continued Saturday night when he was dominated by a journeyman fighter who wouldn't have lasted six rounds with him during his prime.
Holyfield stood watching, unable to throw punches even when he saw openings, as Larry Donald jabbed his way to a lopsided 12-round decision that made the 42-year-old Holyfield's quest for the undisputed heavyweight title seem even more ridiculous than it already was.
Still, he refused to call it a career.
"I still feel that I can rise to the occasion so why not continue to pursue the dream," Holyfield said.
The fight preceded heavyweight title fights between IBF champion Chris Byrd and Jameel McCline and WBA champion John Ruiz and Andrew Golota at Madison Square Garden.