Former undisputed heavyweight champion of the world will be seen again on TV later this year, in the Spike Lee filmed version of his one-man Broadway show "Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth" on HBO. He may have moved from the boxing ring to a whole new different platform that is the Broadway stage, but the 47-year-old retired pro-boxer says he hasn't gone soft.
"Guys, please, don't get carried away, alright. There's no way I'm Charles Manson but I'm never going to be Mother Teresa, either," Tyson told the TCA panel on Thursday. "Some good advice is, don't be so quick to understand me. Just don't get too close, and be careful, I will bite you, as you may know."