In Undisputed Truth, Mike Tyson shares his raw and real history in a fascinating autobiography that gives readers a brutally honest look into his life. This is definitely his “undisputed truth” inside and outside of the ring and journey into his traumatic childhood.
The book is written in Tyson’s own words and his witty sense of humor will have you laughing out loud at times. It shows that while the exterior that we see seems hard and unbreakable, beneath it all is a soft spoken voice with a slight lisp that needs to be heard. You may not necessarily be a Tyson fan; however, reading this book leaves you with a better understanding of who he was and respect for the man he has become.
Anyone who’s played a part in Tyson’s life is fair game and non-exempt from being exposed from his truth. He rants on his very public relationship with ex-wife and actress Robin Givens, connection to promoter Don King who Tyson refers to as a thief, and the infamous ear biting of Evander Holyfield.
Tyson also shares personal and intimate pictures.
There is always hope in overcoming obstacles and struggles; the prayer is remaining in a place of peace to survive and achieve victory.
The autobiography has already made it to Broadway, being directed by Spike Lee. Others predict it may also result in a biopic about the boxing legend! lili