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Undisputed Truth: My Autobiography Paperback – 19 May 2014
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‘Might be the most soul-baring book of its genre ever written’ Washington Post
‘Savagely compelling… A voyage through the great American underbelly’ Telegraph
‘Sensational… Fascinating… An epic tale’ Daily Mail
‘Completely riveting’ Janice Turner, The Times
‘A fallen hero mauled by excess’ Evening Standard
‘A gripping and indecently enthralling autobiography . . .
Tyson’s life reads like an Elmore Leonard thriller’ Telegraph
‘Undisputed Truth, is the American dream writ large in raw detail: think Citizen Kane scripted by the writing team of The Wire’ New Statesman
‘Utterly gripping’ Janet Street-Porter, Independent
‘Addictive’ Geoff Dyer, Observer
‘Extraordinary’ Sunday Times
About the Author
- Publisher : HarperCollins GB (19 May 2014)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 608 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0007502532
- ISBN-13 : 978-0007502530
- Dimensions : 12.9 x 3.8 x 19.8 cm
- Best Sellers Rank: 29,165 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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I feel great sympathy for him with his life as a child
He had no hope as a young man, but overcame his often self inflicted problems
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Mike Tyson was a great boxer and certainly one of the best fighters the sport has ever seen but as a man he is well down the list. A man who has spent his life mixing with trouble and shows no class or respect for anyone.
Tyson is brutally honest about the sordid activities he got up to in his childhood, during his boxing career and after his retirement. I commend him for his honesty as not many athletes would be so open. For example I have read Diego Maradona's autobiography and he hardly mentions any of his controversies off the pitch, Tyson is the complete opposite, he tells it like it is. You also get to see another side of Tyson - the Tyson who is an avid reader and pigeon collector.
My only negative would be about how he describes his losses to Hoyfield and Douglas, he seems to make a lot of excuses some of which are not completely valid.
It's a must read for any Mike Tyson or boxing fan.