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Mike Tyson says, "Boxing needs a new Heavyweight...Chicago Teens need Jobs"


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Mike Tyson says, "Boxing needs a new Heavyweight...Chicago Teens need Jobs"

Peter Bailey's much praised Miami-based talk show resumes with a discussion with Mike Tyson inside Red the Steakhouse on South Beach. The champ discusses the current state of boxing, the issues facing Chicago youth and the his take on unconditional love.






COMMENTS (7)

im the next champ

Blake Letterman
2017-08-16T08:23:04.000Z

Ppl like negative because they feel good about shitting on poor blk youth..making them feel blk is real. It's made up

John Davis
2014-09-29T09:42:14.000Z

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son soja
2014-09-22T17:50:42.000Z

Couldn't agree with you more, your channel is definitely getting better. I like the way your staying relevant and on top of issues. We need this channel

NatureBoy Cooper
2014-09-14T20:53:21.000Z

Was very interesting to see how your channel has progressed. Love what you're trying to push through in your videos; positivity and realness. You have my respect, good sir.

Saifur
2014-09-12T23:23:56.000Z

Was very interesting to see how your channel has progressed. Love what you're trying to push through in your videos; positivity and realness. You have my respect, good sir.

Saifur
2014-09-12T23:23:54.000Z

Short and sweet, straight to the point, nice interview too.

Shawn Cushnie
2014-09-12T20:58:43.000Z

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