25 years ago in 1988, Mike Tyson only needed 91 SECONDS to prove he was the undisputed heavyweight champion of the world.
You can add “Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth” to Spike Lee’s resumé … the legendary filmmaker will direct the one-man show when it comes to Broadway later this year.
Sources close to the boxing legend say Lee is in final talks to join the production as it gets ready to debut on the Great White Way. Tyson did the show for a week in Las Vegas,
Mike Tyson is best known for knocking out boxers in the 1st round and biting ears but now he has his sights set on taking a bite of the Big Apple — he wants to take his one-man Las Vegas show … to Broadway! Sources close to the boxing legend say that even though the show has yet to open in Sin City, Iron Mike wants to take it on tour. Tyson has always wanted to do a show on Broadway, and he feels this could be his chance. According to our sources, Tyson and his people are waiting to see how the Vegas show sells first before planning a tour of any kind (with NYC being the main stop). We’re told the show has sold well so far, but hasn’t sold out yet. “Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth” runs from April 13-18 at the MGM Grand.
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Former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson, actor Sylvester Stallone and three-division champ Julio Cesar Chavez were among this year’s class of inductees into the International Boxing Hall of Fame