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Many of us have seen him throw punches like nobody’s business. Mike Tyson’s name has not only become synonymous with boxing but has become part of popular culture as well, being used to highlight someone attacking another person with great ferocity. Yet, over the past couple of years, Mike Tyson has successfully taken the leap from being a professional boxer to being a consummate entertainer, having made appearances in blockbuster movies such as The Hangover series and hit TV shows such as Entourage and How I Met Your Mother. 2013 is also seeing him conquer the stage with the premiere of his one-man tell-all show Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth on Broadway. Claim some Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth tickets to have him tell it like it is and find out from the boxer’s mouth why he was one of the most feared men in the world.
Now of course, one shouldn’t expect that Mike Tyson is going to start quoting extensively from Shakespeare or recite verses from Shelley’s works. And that is what makes the Undisputed Truth show appealing to a wider audience. If you are a fan of boxing or have sparred from time to time, or like anecdotes (who doesn’t) or want to know what makes a sports star click, you are going to be thoroughly entertained by Mike Tyson’s personal narrative. There seems to be a story behind every one of his tattoos and scars; from his knockout fights to his drunken brawls and his abusive relationships to his explosive fame and addictions. It seems as if Mike Tyson the boxer is dueling with Mike Tyson the person, as he bares the stark truth behind many of the allegations leveled at him and expresses regret at some of his shortcomings and foolhardy incidents. He refers to himself as being an “animal” who’s dressed up in a “white cocktail jacket and black slacks.” Consequently, he concedes that he has thrown his fair share of punches outside nightclubs and slept around with prostitutes, and then breaks out in a song and dance routine to jazz music.
The Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth show is successful in the sense that it able to narrate the true life story of a man who made it big in the grand tradition of the so-called American Dream. But you never know what turn the story might take next and what could pop out of the woodwork. The show premiered in the spring of 2012 and since then has been creating considerable theatrical buzz across the country. The story comes from the eyes of Mile Tyson’s wife Kiki who wrote it in such a way so as to attract her husband’s fans as well as his detractors. Hence, it doesn’t dive into all the various details and instead touches upon the most significant details in the life of the legendary boxer.
The director of Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth is none other than the acclaimed director Spike Lee who took on the directorial duties after a raw version of the show was performed in Las Vegas in April 2012. Spike Lee used his extensive Hollywood experience to add a lot of pizzazz to the narration with regards to how the story flows in and out and around the various aspects of Tyson’s life. Where his direction has prompted Tyson to skim over some major accomplishments of his life such as his winning his first major championship in 1986, other periods such as his time with his ex-wife Robin Givens are given a lot of narration time.
All in all, the show was an experiment that instead of backfiring and resulting in Mike Tyson falling flat has boosted his image and attracted an entirely new set of fans. His poor diction that might have been made a point of ridicule in many of his interviews actually adds another layer of humor to his tale. The show is making its way across the country, making stopovers at some three dozen cities. So book some Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth tickets to have him knock you out with hilarious storytelling and amusing emotional insights.