CONTENTS

March 25, 1991

18
KNOCKOUT OR COP-OUT?
Mike Tyson beat Razor Ruddock when the referee called a stunning halt to their heavyweight bout
BY PAT PUTNAM

24
INDY QUALIFYING
As the race to the Final Four in Indianapolis revved up. Las Vegas was still sitting firmly in the driver's seat
BY ALEXANDER WOLFF

34
ICE QUEENS
Kristi Yamaguchi led a sweep by the American women at the world figure skating championships
BY E.M. SWIFT

40
FLIGHT TO VICTORY
Fly So Free remained ahead of the 3-year-old field by winning the Florida Derby for his fifth straight victory
BY WILLIAM F. REED

42
WRESTLING WITH SUCCESS
Promoter Vince McMahon has transformed pro wrestling from a sleazy pseudosport into a booming family event
BY WILLIAM OSCAR JOHNSON

56
GOLF CUB
A mere 15 years old, the precocious Eldrick (Tiger) Woods has already started to pursue the pros
BY TIM CROTHERS

70
VOICES FROM HIS PAST
As George Foreman's third career comes to a climax, nine opponents reflect on the ageless heavyweight
BY MICHAEL BRENNAN

DEPARTMENTS

4
LETTERS

13
SCORECARD

60
BASEBALL

62
COLLEGE WRESTLING

66
TRACK & FIELD

68
PRO BASKETBALL

86
FOR THE RECORD

88
POINT AFTER

PHOTORONALD C. MORDAA Sign of the Times: With the exhibition baseball season in full swing, Cincinnati pitcher Jose Rijo works to get in trim by running the outfield track during a Reds-Rangers game in Port Charlotte, Fla.

HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
OUT
HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
IN
Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)