“I don’t care” Mike Tyson’s view on being bothered by fans comes as a shocking revelation

Mike Tyson, ‘The Baddest Man on the Planet’, an American professional boxer considered to be the greatest heavyweight boxers of all time. Tyson holds the record as the youngest boxer ever to win a heavyweight title at 20 years.

He was the first heavyweight boxer to concurrently hold the WBA, WBC and IBF titles, as well as the only heavyweight to unify them in succession.

Former boxing promoter Dave Wooley says that during the 1980s, there were three Black men who “ruled the world”: Michael Jackson, Michael Jordan and Mike Tyson. But it was Tyson who was “the most recognizable face on the planet,” ex-manager Jeff Wald said. “More than the Pope, more than the Queen Elizabeth, more than the president.”

Tyson was known for his ferocious and intimidating boxing style as well as his controversial behavior inside and outside the ring. he has been a part of the spotlight for the majority of his life. This pressure can sometimes be too hard for even the ‘Iron Mike’ to handle.

Not infrequently to see the privacy of celebrities being invaded by fans who sometimes tend to go overboard with their extremism. Moreover, Tyson has been a part of the spotlight for the majority of his life. 

In a recent episode of his podcast Hotboxin, Tyson went on a rant after the show’s co-host DJ Whoo Kid asked him about the time a fan bothered him while he was eating.

‘Iron Mike’ described a hypothetical situation where it would be okay for him to approach the show’s guest BabyFace because he is a friend. “It gets crazy, but it’s just something you know. That’s not gonna stop me like if I see him outside eating somewhere and he’s cool enough. I want to eat next to him, he’s my friend. I’m not going to want to go in the back by myself and eat. He don’t want to go in the back with me. I’m not going to the back and eat. Doesn’t that make sense? I’m gonna eat with my friend,” said Tyson.

Although, he added that he doesn’t like to be bothered by people who sometimes try to invade his privacy. ” I don’t care, don’t f**k with me, I take a picture or two. I ain’t gonna be in the back of the f****g room. Its summertime, I gotta go in this cold-a*s corner that’s what they try to do to me sometimes,” he added.

Tyson was this evil, dark terror when he was young and fighting. Then he was gone from boxing and became a rather fun and lovable character after leaving boxing and making those comical movies and television interviews. Just as George Foreman did.

Fans love it when someone seems to go from the “Dark Side” to the “Light”. Tyson was also the best “technical boxer” Champion in history before losing Kevin Rooney. So if you are a boxing purist there is also some reason to be one of his “fans”.

It is human nature to admire someone who is exceptional at their craft, regardless of their behavior or morals.

Tyson was exceptional, both in his skill and his ferociousness. Physical superiority over everyone else is even more cherished . Tyson and MJ and LeBron are all admired and worshipped more than a great violinist or pianist. 

Nevertheless, the former Heavyweight Champion was known for his violent behavior back in the day. He didn’t shy away from feuding with his critics or reporters.Aside from being a scary puncher in the ring, Mike Tyson’s personal antics outside of it have also complimented his moniker of ‘The Baddest Man on the Planet’.

Iron Mike knows how to relate and get along with all types of boxing fans. Tyson agreed to accept a few more exhibitions after the first attempt. However, that doesn’t look likely to be happening anytime soon.


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