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Whose bite was the fiercest in sports history?

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  1. 63 %
    Mike Tyson
    484 votes
  2. 36 %
    Luis Suarez
    275 votes
  3. 0 %
    Tree Rollins
    5 votes
  4. 1 %
    Alex Burrows
    8 votes

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