Undisputed Truth

Undisputed Truth

by Mike Tyson, Larry Sloman
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Undisputed Truth 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 26 reviews.
BrentThorne More than 1 year ago
Undisputed Truth is a stunning book. It follows Mike Tyson from his criminal and violent youth to his rise to being the undisputed boxing heavyweight champion. Then comes the fall. Tyson ends up a convicted felon and loses everything. Finally we see him rebuild his life, becoming a loving father and husband. Tyson and co-author Larry Sloman do a great job conveying the raw emotions of Tyson’s highs and lows.
atennesseevol More than 1 year ago
A must read for any Mike Tyson or boxing fan! I loved the truthful nature of the inside stories that were fact filled and not a fantasy portrayal. Tyson keeps things very level and takes responsibility for his career and personal life without coming across as looking for pity. Although I felt a bit of sorrow for his choices I have respect for what he has learned on the back side. I recommend this book highly.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Initially, I was surprised by the size of the book; about the size of a small Bible. But once I started reading, I could not put the book down. Tyson and Sloman do an awesome job detailing the rise and fall of one of the most polarizing sports figures in the 20th and 21st centuries. The former undisputed champ gives a raw account of his life  with honesty, humor, and pain as  he talks about growing up poor, robbing to survive, his quest for glory, his sexual conquest, addictions, and financial defeats. The Undisputed Truth is an must read!
Sam Wells 5 months ago
Excellent Book
zips4 More than 1 year ago
Mike Tyson lets you in to the person he really is and takes blame for the choices he made in life. Nice to see an athlete take accountability for their life.
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ytrade41 More than 1 year ago
A must read for the sports fan, like me, that believes in our lifetime we will never witness such a feared, ferocious, legendary fighter (not boxer). I recommend watching YouTube clips of his fights while reading the book. Fascinating and sad how someone can earn $300million and be broke through his own shortcomings and the greedy/seedy people he surrounded himself with. The drugs/hookers/crime/alcohol does get tiresome but I suppose that's what the downfall is all about. Not a guy I'd want to hang out with but a worthwhile read.
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Very honest and detailed. I enjoyed the description of the early years growing up and his boxing career. The last 100 pages describing his life with strippers and drugs gets repetitive.
love_ashleyw More than 1 year ago
I recommend this book. Its very truthful and raw. He admits his mistakes and owns up to his failures. I couldn't put the book down once I started - I kept looking forward to reading what was next. Well-written, detailed memoir. Great read. 
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Mike Tyson's Undisputed Truth is a well written work that gives a good account of his life in ways that have never been told before. It gives the reader an insight into his character,motivations and actions in a way that makes him truly human with vulnerabilities, strengths, passions and other positive attributes. It is a page turner and probably the best biography or autobiography I have read in a while, or perhaps Disciples of Fortune that I read a while ago. There are tons of lessons to learn from this, especially on the consistency part, despite all the distractions that came his way.
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AL21 More than 1 year ago
All I can say is "WOW". Could not put the book down once I started it. What a story! Anyone who has watched his HBO special will love this book. I have a new perspective on Mike Tyson after I read this book. He goes into fine detail on his incredible life. You come away with a new found respect for the former Champ.
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Book is pretty long
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Centuryonly More than 1 year ago
The life Mike Tyson has lived is amazing. He is so much more intelligent than most seem to give him credit for.
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Fantastic job. I laughed out loud and cried. Raw and at times offensive. If you are into fantasies and such- this isnt for you. If you enjoy the human experience, it is a great book. Loved it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I am almost done reading this book and realized something. It is not about boxing it is about a rise and fall. I am not sure if redemption is really an attainable goal for Iron Mike. I loved watching him box during his prime and felt completely disappointed when that fat slob Buster Douglas beat him. I have enjoyed the book and the exploits but I am also saddened at the same time with the blatant disregard for human beings or any living thing for that matter.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I truly enjoyed the book. Amazing life that he has had to learn to control. FYI I am early 40 year old, white female that was raised in Mississippi. I have always enjoyed Mike's fights and NEVER believed he raped anybody. Keep your head up and nose clean!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Very well done. Even though the book was 500 pages it kept my intrest the entire time. Tyson admits that he has done plenty wrong he still says and I belive him he DID NOT rape washington.