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The former heavyweight champion and the 'Red Hook Summer' director will adapt 'Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth' into a Broadway show that will run from July 31 to August 5.
In addition to Tyson and his family, the 'Rosie Show' host is also joined by fiancee Michelle Rounds and 50 women turning 50 at the bash taking place at Chicago hotspot Studio Paris.
The former Heavyweight boxing champion and wife Lakiha Spicer invited hundreds of friends to a joint birthday party in Las Vegas only to surprise them with a wedding ceremony.
'Their kids were dying too, so I didn't have any right to be a psycho. I just had to handle it like everyone else and be humble and be at ease,' Tyson revealed to Ellen DeGeneres.
The animal lover group is not pleased at how the former boxing champion supported a competitive race for pigeons on the show.
The baby boy was born on January 25, but the former boxer and his wife Lakiha Spicer Tyson have not picked a name for him.
Though they were 'little dances moves', the former boxer 'almost had a heart attack' because he was not in shape when training his dance debut in the Funny Or Die video.
Getting accolades for his role in 'The Hangover', the former boxing champion said he just wants to have fun as an actor.
The former boxing champion calls for the potential donors during his appearance on 'Larry King Live' to help a family friend.
The former boxing champion says Mel Gibson should seek professional help as he battles personal problems, while Robert Downey Jr. defends the troubled actor.
The former boxer was scheduled to jet to Prague where he would have dinner with his fans for $157,000 to fund a children's hospital, but the tickets failed to sell.
The former boxer champion was accused of punching photographer Antonio Echavarria with closed fist.
After the athlete was spotted rubbing Lakiha Spicer Tyson's belly last weekend, his representative has said that his wife is indeed pregnant.
The former heavyweight champion will not do the mercy mission 'in the name of God or any religion but in the name of self-dignity.'
The nickname 'Iron Mike' is claimed by to be coined by former professional fighter Mike Landrum in 1983, two years before Tyson began his professional career.