Would you pay to see this?
The one-man show that’s been talked about for quite sometime. “Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth” is hitting the road and will touchdown in 36-cities and will be stopping in Indianapolis, the same city that put him behind bars when he was accused of raping a young beauty pageant contestant. Mike Tyson is about to change the minds of many… maybe.
“At the time, I was living a pretty hectic life and pretty wild and I don’t know what would have happened if I had three more years of that life,” Tyson told The Associated Press in a telephone interview from Las Vegas. “So maybe that was, everything happens for a reason. You know, when I left prison, I did a lot better than when I came. So everything happens for a reason, everything’s a developmental stage in life, and I’m just going on this journey in life to find out what’s next.”
The one man show takes audiences on a journey from his early days in Brooklyn through to the ring victories and life defeats.
Some say the play appears to be an apology, but he makes it clear that he’s not apologizing to anyone.