Mike Tyson Does Broadway In 'Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth' Trailer

It's like a MadTV sketch come to life. The line between Mike Tyson and Patti LuPone is blurred once again as Tyson scratches 'perform a one-man show on Broadway' off his bucket list. Jointicized by Spike Lee, Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth tells Tyson's story like we've never seen it before -- lucid and poised and with seemingly no tiger punching. Here Tyson tells the Broadway audience about his rough upbringing, his triumphs, his failures, and his lifelong friendship with Bald Bull. All in all, the Tyson depicted here is wizened and, in his own words, "domesticated." So, if you're hoping to see a huge penis waved around on the Great White Way, Book Of Mormon remains your best bet.

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