Mike Tyson

Mike Tyson, at his Henderson, Nev., home before the start of a 10-week, 38-date cross-country tour of his one-man stage show, "Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth." The tour stops in Los Angeles on March 8. Tyson, a former heavyweight boxing champion, convicted felon and more recently an actor playing himself in the hit movie "The Hangover," says he has made peace with his past. The show, which has been on Broadway, is directed by Spike Lee and was written by his wife, Kiki Tyson.

( Rick Loomis/Los Angeles Times / February 6, 2013 )

Mike Tyson, at his Henderson, Nev., home before the start of a 10-week, 38-date cross-country tour of his one-man stage show, "Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth." The tour stops in Los Angeles on March 8. Tyson, a former heavyweight boxing champion, convicted felon and more recently an actor playing himself in the hit movie "The Hangover," says he has made peace with his past. The show, which has been on Broadway, is directed by Spike Lee and was written by his wife, Kiki Tyson.

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