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Tyson to new fighters: Never end up like me

Mike Tyson's first promotional fight card went about the same way as his boxing career. Dramatic, memorable and controversial.

Mike Tyson to hit TV screens

Mike Tyson is going back to pay TV, where his fights were some of the biggest moneymakers in boxing history.

Mike Tyson takes a shot at playing Othello

Former heavyweight champion has set his sights on Shakespeare after wrapping up his one-man stage show called "Undisputed Truth".

Mike Tyson: The cat among the pigeons

Baddest of the bad boys Mike Tyson does not do small talk -- unless it is all about him, of course. <b>John Crace</b> caught up with him.

Emotional Iron Mike inducted into Boxing Hall of Fame

The out-of-control character Mike Tyson once was is dead now, and he tries to bury his former persona even deeper every time he opens his mouth.

No ‘peaceful protest’ at Tyson dinner

An organisation formed by women's rights activists in response to Jacob Zuma's rape trial has been denied an opportunity to hold a "peaceful protest" outside the Emperors Palace casino complex in Gauteng where visiting boxing champion Mike Tyson is to attend a charity fund-raising event.

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