'Mike Tyson Mysteries' Is Actually Real And Here's The Trailer As Evidence

Ain't no time for bird sex. I'd heard rumors about Adult Swim's plans to create Mike Tyson Mysteries, an animated show starring Mike Tyson as himself teamed up with an alcoholic pigeon voiced by Norm Macdonald. Then it was something I dismissed, mistaking it for my own booze-induced fantasy. Turns out that it is real and I went through that 12-Step Program for no damn reason. Here's a trailer that proves its existence as well as my ability to decide for myself that when I've had enough to drink.

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