Mike Tyson Gives Las Vegas the “Undisputed Truth”
In his candid one man show “Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth,” which ran on Broadway last year. Tyson paints a vivid portrait of a lawless street kid from Brooklyn’s rise to becoming a sports Icon, and the heavyweight champion of the world. Then slowly watch his dominance, reputation and marketability evaporate before his eyes. In the show, Tyson unveils never-before-told stories, peeling back the layers of his life’s tragedies and public turmoil amidst his triumphs. The show illustrates that Mike Tyson has not only survived but actually re-invented himself as a family man, TV personality, soon-to-be published author and in-demand actor, is a reflection of his evolving maturity, and his appreciation of the second chances he’s received.
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