Former heavyweight boxing champion Mike Tyson’s stage show will be shown in 36 cities over 10 weeks next year. Directed by Spike Lee and written by his wife, Kiki Tyson, Undisputed Truth is an autobiographical monologue, which premiered in Las Vegas in April.
After a run on Broadway, The Hollywood Reporter described it as
“weirdly fascinating” while “The Telegraph said it was, at times,
“self-indulgent”. Tyson said he is “excited” about the next run of
You gotta hand it to Tyson. The man has managed to stick around,
stay relevant, and get smiles out of people for years. What amazes me
more is that his show is kicking ass the way it is. Charlie Sheen
should really seek Tyson’s council on how to work an audience