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Mike Tyson's Alcohol Addiction Has Him On The "Verge Of Dying"! See What He Revealed HERE!

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Addiction is such a nasty, nasty beast!

And it's one Mike Tyson is struggling to fight.

The famous boxer surprisingly admitted at a press conference this weekend that he's been so seriously addicted to alcohol that he's been near death!

During the conference where he was promoting his upcoming fight card with Iron Mike Productions, Mike admitted:

"I wanna change my life, I wanna live a different life now. I wanna live my sober life. I don't wanna die. I'm on the verge of dying, because I'm a vicious alcoholic."

He has apparently now been drug and alcohol free for six days despite claiming in the past that he had been sober for years.

This will most certainly be a battle because he's already been to rehab more than three times before.

We sure hope Mike can fight and conquer his horrible demons before it's too late.

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3 comments to “Mike Tyson's Alcohol Addiction Has Him On The "Verge Of Dying"! See What He Revealed HERE!”

  1. DeppUTee says – reply to this


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    His choice.

  2. Dave says – reply to this


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    Pretty much what this guy said:

    Essentially he seems to have been told what to do his whole life, has real problems, and when the cards fell nobody is there to care for him. I almost pity him. I know lots of people in recovery and some didn't make it. I lost a friend a couple days ago to the disease. It's no way to die.



  3. 3

    This disease of ours is a bitch, is it not?!?!?
    I'm glad Mike realized that things have spiraled out of control & wants to make a change. Recovery is amazing. During the years I've been sober, I can't even begin to tell you how many wonderful gifts this sober life has given me. Everything, and I mean EVERYTHING I have is a direct result of my recovery. Life is sooooooooo good! xo