By Radar Staff
Say what you will about
— it’s not as if he won’t say it himself. Mike Tyson
boxing icon, promoting his one-man show Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth, appeared on T he Today Show Tuesday alongside the show’s director , didn’t hold back much about his wilder days. Spike Lee
humorous Tyson, 45, said he’ll be happy to talk about the good old days in his Broadway show, despite his current — much-mellower — incarnation.
what made him want to turn a new leaf, the one-time Ann Curry ear-biter said he “just threw up the white flag” at the hijinks after nearly drowning in troubles of his own doing.
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“There was too many prison cells, too many jails, too many lawsuits, too many bankruptcies, too many women, too many venereal diseases, too many everything! I got tired. I really got tired of, you know, like every time a prostitute — I would head back from a trip — I had to sleep with her. So I just said, ‘I’m going to live a different life.’
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“I’m sorry! I’m sorry!” the reformed wild child laughed. “I was a prostitute hunter!”
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Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth hits Broadway for six shows starting July 31.
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