- Mike Tyson was sentenced to six years in jail after he was found guilty of r*ape, but he spent three years behind bars
- The legendary boxer has narrated how he used to make love in prison, that a school teacher later got pregnant
- He also admitted having a relationship with a counsellor and branded the period ‘crazy’, saying he never used condoms
Boxing legend Mike Tyson has opened up on how he had unprotected, intimate meetings with his school teacher while in prison and she eventually got pregnant.
Back in 1992, the boxing legend was convicted of r*pe and sentenced to six years imprisonment.
He had just won his bout with Donovan Ruddock before he went into prison, even though he was already at the pinnacle of his boxing career, Mirror reports.
Speaking in the presence of a packed audience during an episode of Revolt’s DrinkChamps, Tyson disclosed that he had a relationship with his prison school teacher and she got pregnant in the process.
“I was having s*x in jail with a teacher. I had to go to school to get my GED. I failed the GED twice; that might make me double-dumb.
"But listen to this. When I had s*x with her, she got pregnant. It was crazy, man. Hey guys, I had s*x with my school teacher and she got pregnant. We weren't using condoms"
The 55-year-old also disclosed that he also had 'fun' with the counsellor inside the prison even though he had one more year to make up his sentence after getting negative write-ups during the first six months of his jail time. He told Vlad TV:
"I got in trouble like the first six months and stuff, cursing, getting written up. And then by that time, I got the hang of the place. ‘Hey, I know how to do this.’
"Next thing you know, I’m dating one of the counsel workers now, she’s letting me have s*x with her now. So I’m going good. But the first six months I was getting write-ups, I have to pay that year back.”
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Tyson names himself as his greatest opponent
Meanwhile, Sports Brief earlier reported that Mike Tyson has spoken about his toughest opponent in Boxing as he recounts his era of dominance.
The legend, who retired from the sport in 2005, fought several boxers and created some great boxing rivalries.
However, Tyson, who was speaking to Stephen Fulton Jr. on an episode of Hotboxin', picked himself as his greatest opponent.
Source: Sports Brief News