Mike Tyson to release raunchy, 'Undisputed' autobiography

Mike Tyson is set to release his autobiography Nov. 12. (AFP)

Mike Tyson is set to release his autobiography Nov. 12. (AFP)

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Former boxing champ Mike Tyson was having so much sex in prison he was too tired to work out – or do much of anything.

"I'd just stay in my cell all day,” he writes in a soon-to-be-released autobiography titled ‘Undisputed Truth’.

According to excerpts released by the Associated Press Thursday, Tyson had frequent sex with prison visitors and a drug counselor.

He also revisits his rape conviction, continuing to profess his innocence despite spending three years of his life behind bars. The 47-year-old was convicted of raping beauty queen Desiree Washington in an Indianapolis hotel room in 1992.

"How do you rape someone when they come to your hotel room at two in the morning?" he asks, according to the AP.

Amidst light-hearted moments, the book takes a few bizarre, if not dark, turns.

"Sometimes I just fantasize about blowing somebody's brains out so I can go to prison for the rest of my life," Tyson writes. "Working on this book makes me think that my whole life has been a joke."

That said, some portions are quite laughable, like the time Tyson claims he lost $1 million in a suitcase before one of his bag carriers located it.

"I had had a rough night in the city and had forgotten where I left it," Tyson explains.

‘Undisputed Truth’ is set to be released on Nov. 12.


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