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Adult Swim — the network that gave you Aqua Teen Hunger Force and Robot Chicken, is planning a cartoon starring Mike Tyson. His sidekick will be a talking pigeon. I included the cartoon ear, because that needs to happen.
The Silence of the Pigeons? In a radio interview on Thursday, Mike Tyson relived the trauma of one of his ex-girlfriends cooking and eating one of his beloved racing pigeons. He did not eat any of it. “I couldn’t. It just wasn’t the right thing to do.”
You heard about Luis Suarez inexplicably biting Branislav Ivanovic over the weekend, right? I’m sure you’re wondering, “What does Mike Tyson think about that?” His take, after the jump.
Mike Tyson Played A Rape Victim/Convicted Murderer On Law And Order: SVU And You Should Watch This Clip Of Him
Former boxer/convicted rapist Mike Tyson appeared in Wednesday’s episode of Law and Order: SVU, where an ironic twist of fate brought him to the role of Reggie, an alleged murderer and rape victim.
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Welcome to our fourth installment of “Top 5 Dead Or Alive.” In case you missed our piece last Friday on crazy crowd traditions, we want you to know that this feature is designed specifically to make life hell for our employees. Each week, we’ll ask one of our writers to come up with a definitive list of the five best people, places or things in a particularly subjective category — then, we’ll ask you to tell him who or what is missing from the list. Feel free to be a total dick.
Mike Tyson continues to make the rounds promoting his upcoming Spike-Lee-directed Broadway one-man show, and today that meant checking in with Tony Kornheiser and Mike Wilbon for (a little bit more than) Five Good Minutes on Pardon the Interruption. Merriment ensued.
Couldn’t get enough of Mike Tyson singing on Jimmy Kimmel Live? Have we got bittersweet news for you! Here’s one titled “Fear The Beard,” but it should actually be titled “He’s Not Dead.” It refers to James Harden, but sub-textually speaking its about this joke, where Mike Tyson sings about NBA players. It’s not dead yet, folks. Check it out after the jump.
So, Mike Tyson’s going to have a one-man show on Broadway. Bet you didn’t see that one coming 20 years ago. But in a life as filled with big moments – both good and really, really bad – it makes sense. And he doesn’t shy away from talking about those lows off the stage, either.