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'Undisputed Truth' by Mike Tyson, WSJ Review

Socrates said that the unexamined life is not worth living. Mike Tyson must agree: Over the past few years, the former heavyweight champ has been examining and re-examining his life in a very public way. First, there was the James Toback documentary, "Tyson" (2008), featuring Mr. Tyson pondering his past amid clips of his fighting days; then, last year, the Spike Lee-directed Broadway show "Undisputed Truth" featured him in a two-hour monologue. Now we have his autobiography, also called "Undisputed Truth." The guy who used to be known as the "baddest man on the planet" is now one of the wordiest.


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