Mike Tyson Net Worth ($300 Million to Bankrupt)

Mike Tyson Net Worth Is $3 Million

 

Mike Tyson Net Worth

Mike Tyson Net Worth

Mike Tyson is an American former boxer. Mike Tyson born on June 30, 1966, in Brooklyn. Mike Tyson Net Worth is $300 Million as of 17 June 2016, But now Mike Tyson Net Worth is $3 Million. His father was Jimmy Kirkpatrick and mother was Lorna Smith Tyson. Rodney and Denise were his siblings. His nickname is Iron Mike. Mike Tyson turned into the world champion in heavyweight three times and at the age of 20 the youngest heavyweight champion ever. He is seen as a brutal boxer, and outside the ring, his explosive temper brought him into contact with the law several times.

Mike Tyson Net Worth & Personal Detail

NameMichael Gerard Tyson
Nick NameIron

Kid Dynamite

The Baddest Man on the Earth

Birth DateJune 30, 1966
Birth PlaceBrooklyn, New York City, New York, U.S
HoroscopeCancer
Profession

 

Boxer
Fights58
Wins50
Win by knockout44
Nationality:American
Marital statusLakiha Spicer (2009)

Monica Turner (1997–2003)

Robin Givens (1988–1989)

Weight:109 kg
Height:5 ft. 10 inch (1.78 m)
Net Worth$3 Million

Mike Tyson’s Special Features

Mike Tyson had an early physical development. At 12 years old he weighed more than 80 kg, with well-built muscles for a boy; at 15, he was already a swift and knockout heavyweight; at 18, not even his coach stood; at age 20, became world champion, the youngest heavyweight to achieve this feat. Apparently, there would be consequences for such performance in such a short period. So when Tyson turned 30, it was already apparent that he was also losing his physical strength early on, and his devastating knockout season and world titles came to an end.

Youth and Amateur Career 

Mike Tyson spent a difficult youth in the Brownsville ghetto. Violence is present even in the relationship between his mother and his stepfather. It will reveal in 2014 have also been abducted and sexually abused for seven years by an unknown. From the age of eight, he fell into delinquency. Following several offenses, it is placed at the Tryon School , a reform school in Johnstown where he was noticed by Bobby Stewart keeper, former boxer and former winner of the Golden Gloves from 1974 in light heavyweight, to which do not escape the athletic capacities of Tyson, (aged 13, it already weighs 80 kg ). Stewart has Tyson placed in Cus d’Amato, a former coach of champions Floyd Patterson and José Torres, who has been converted to helping underprivileged youth, to whom he teaches boxing. Under the tutelage of D’Amato who becomes a spiritual father for Tyson. Tyson, living in Catskill from 1979 and quickly became the best student of the septuagenarian coach, who predicted that “If he works hard, he will be one-day world heavyweight champion”. In 1981, during the final of the Junior Olympic tournament in the United States, class heavyweights, he knocked Joe Cortez in the first round after only eight seconds of the bout. He will be the winner of this tournament in 1981 and 1982. In 1983, he failed in the final of the golden gloves in the super-heavyweight class beaten by Craig Payne (who also beat Cuban Teófilo Stevenson, triple Olympic champion in the category of heavyweight). That same year, Tyson won the heavyweight tournament in the Ohio Fair-State and will be the under-19 heavyweight champion, a performance he will re-release in 1984, the same year he won. The golden gloves in the heavyweight category. However, he is beaten in the final points of the Olympic selections by Henry Tillman, and the rematch between the two men will give the same result. For Tyson, the disappointment was complete when it was Tyrell Biggs (world champion heavyweight in Munich in 1982 and silver medalist at the Pan American Games in 1983) who was chosen to represent the United States in the category of super heavyweight. Tyson consoled himself by winning the gold medal at the Tampere tournament in Finland in the heavyweight category. The following year after playing 54 amateur bouts for 48 wins and six losses, Tyson went professional, under the management of Jim Jacobs and his partner Bill Cayton.

Professional Wrestling

On January 12, 2010, edition of RAW, professional wrestling American show, Mike Tyson was chosen as guest host and central event participant at night: A fight with Chris Jericho against D-Generation X.

In the middle of the fight Hornswoggle invades the fight and Tyson tags with Jericho, but when Jericho hits Hornswoggle Mike appears behind him and then removes his black shirt and appears one of the DX and when Jericho looks back Tyson punches him. On this day, during the program, he was considered a member of DX and at the end of the program, a former member.

Tragedy

On May 25, 2009, Mike Tyson’s girl, Exodus Tyson, just four years old, suffered a fatal domestic accident: her neck was rolled up in a rope attached to an electrical treadmill in the family home and was taken alive to St. Joseph’s Hospital in Phoenix, did not withstand severe injuries and died shortly after medical treatment.

Mike Tyson Net Worth & bankruptcy

After several years of financial hardship In August 2003, Mike Tyson filed for bankruptcy, although in his career he has collected more than $ 300 million in caches and awards. He even stated that he had at least $ 23 million in debt. In addition to all the economic woes, he was named by Ring magazine as number 16, right after Sonny Liston, among the top 100 boxers of all time. Now Mike Tyson Net Worth is $3 Million.

Mike Tyson’s Titles & Records

Junior Olympic tournament in 1981.
Junior Olympic tournament in 1982.
Gold Gloves runner-up in the heavyweights in 1983.
Gold medal in the national sub-19 Championship in 1983.
Gold medal in the national U-19 Championship in 1984.
Champion of the Golden Gloves in the heavyweights in 1984.
Tournament Champion Tammer in 1984.
Champion from August 1, 1987 until February 11, 1990 of the three world belts (WBA, WBC and IBF).
Champion of the World Boxing Council from November 22, 1986 until February 11, 1990 and from March 16, 1996 to 1997 that became vacant.
Champion of the World Boxing Association from March 7, 1987 to February 11, 1990 and from September 7, 1996 to November 9, 1996.
Champion of the International Boxing Federation from August 1, 1987 until February 11, 1990.
Record as the youngest world champion in the history of heavyweights with 20 years and 4 months.
Boxer of the year by The Ring magazine in 1988.
Sports personality of the year by the BBC in 1989.
Promise of the year by The Ring magazine in 1985.
WWE Hall of Fame (2012)

Mike Tyson’s Films

YearFilmRole
1988Badlandthe bouncer of a nightclub
1998Black and Whitehimself
2001Crocodile Dundee 3himself
2006Rocky Balboahimself
2009Very Bad Triphimself
2011Very Bad Trip 2himself
2013Scary Movie 5himself
2014The Portes du soleil 64himself
2014Return matchhimself
2015Ip Man 3Franck
2017Kickboxer: RetaliationNC

Mike Tyson’s TV Series

YearTelevision seriesRole
2010Entourage (season 7 episode 5)Himself.
2011Breaking In (season 1 episode 7)Himself.
2013New York Special Unit (Season 14 Episode 13)Reggie Rhodes.
2013How I Met Your Mother (saison 8 épisode 16)Himself.

Mike Tyson’s Combat Chart 

Res.RecordOpponentKindRd., WeatherDataLocal
Defeat50-6 (2)Republic of Ireland Kevin McBrideWHO6 (10), 3:002005-06-11U.S Washington, DC
Defeat50-5 (2)United Kingdom Danny WilliamsKO4 (10), 2:512004-07-30U.S Louisville, KY
victory50-4 (2)U.S Clifford EtienneKO1 (10), 0:492003-02-22U.S Memphis (Tennessee), TN
Defeat49-4 (2)United Kingdom Lennox LewisKO8 (12), 2:252002-06-08U.S Memphis, TN
victory49-3 (2)Denmark Brian NielsenWithdrawal7 (10), 3:002001-10-13Denmark Copenhagen, Dinamarca
NC48-3 (2)Poland Andrew GolotaWithdrawal3 (10)2000-10-20U.S Auburn Hills, MI
victory48-3 (1)U.S Lou SavareseWHO1 (10), 0:382000-06-24Scotland Glasgow, Scotland
victory47-3 (1)United Kingdom Julius FrancisWHO2 (10), 1:032000-01-29England Manchester, England
NC46-3 (1)U.S Orlin NorrisWithdrawal1 (10), 3:001999-10-23U.S Las Vegas, NV
victory46-3South Africa Francois BothaKO5 (10), 2:591999-01-16U.S Las Vegas, NV
Defeat45-3U.S Evander HolyfieldDisqualification3 (12)1997-06-28U.S Las Vegas, NV
Defeat45-2U.S Evander HolyfieldWHO11 (12), 0:371996-11-09U.S Las Vegas, NV
victory45-1U.S Bruce SeldonWHO1 (12), 1:491996-09-07U.S Las Vegas, NV
victory44-1United Kingdom Frank BrunoWHO3 (12), 0:501996-03-16U.S Las Vegas, NV
victory43-1U.S Buster Mathis, Jr.KO3 (12), 2:321995-12-16U.S Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
victory42-1U.S Peter McNeeleyDisqualification1 (10)1995-08-19U.S Las Vegas, NV
victory41-1Canada Donovan RuddockDecision (unanimous)121991-06-28U.S Las Vegas, NV
victory40-1Canada Donovan RuddockWHO7 (12), 2:221991-03-18U.S Las Vegas, NV
victory39-1United Kingdom Alex StewartKO1 (10), 2:271990-12-08U.S Atlantic City, NJ
victory38-1U.S Henry TillmanKO1 (10), 2:471990-06-16U.S Las Vegas, NV
Defeat37-1U.S James “Buster” DouglasKO10 (12)1990-02-11Japan Tokyo, Japan
victory37-0U.S Carl WilliamsWHO1 (12), 1:331989-07-21U.S Atlantic City, NJ
victory36-0United Kingdom Frank BrunoWHO5 (12), 2:551989-02-25U.S Las Vegas, NV
victory35-0U.S Michael SpinksKO1 (12), 1:311988-06-27U.S Atlantic City, NJ
victory34-0U.S Tony TubbsWHO2 (12), 2:541988-03-21Japan Tokyo, Japan
victory33-0U.S Larry HolmesWHO4 (12), 2:551988-01-22U.SAtlantic City, NJ
victory32-0U.S Tyrell BiggsWHO7 (12), 2:591987-10-16U.S Atlantic City, NJ
victory31-0U.S Tony TuckerDecision (unanimous)121987-08-01U.S} Las Vegas, NV
victory30-0U.S Pinklon ThomasWHO6 (12), 2:001987-05-30U.S Las Vegas, NV
victory29-0U.S James SmithDecision (unanimous)121987-03-07U.S Las Vegas, NV
victory28-0Jamaica Trevor BerbickWHO2 (12), 2:351986-11-22U.S Las Vegas, NV
victory27-0U.S Alonzo RatliffKO2 (10), 1:411986-09-06U.S Las Vegas, NV
victory26-0Cuba José RibaltaWHO10 (10), 1:231986-08-17U.S Atlantic City, NJ
victory25-0U.S Marvis FrazierKO1 (10), 0:301986-07-26U.S Glens Falls, NY
victory24-0U.S Lorenzo BoydKO2 (10), 1:431986-07-11U.S Swan Lake, NY
victory23-0U.S William HoseaKO1 (10), 2:031986-06-28U.S Troy, NY
victory22-0U.S Reggie GrossWHO1 (10), 2:361986-06-13U.S New York City, NY
victory21-0U.S Mitch GreenDecision101986-05-20U.S New York City, NY
victory20-0U.S James TillisDecision101986-05-09U.S Glens Falls, NY
victory19-0U.S Steve ZouskiKO3 (10), 2:391986-03-10U.S Uniondale, NY
victory18-0U.S Jesse FergusonDQ6 (10), 1:191986-02-16U.S Troy, NY
victory17-0U.S Mike JamesonWHO5 (8), 0:461986-01-24U.S Atlantic City, NJ
victory16-0U.S David JacoWHO1 (10), 2:161986-01-11U.S Albany, NY
victory15-0U.S Mark YoungKO1, 0:501985-12-27U.S Latham, NY
victory14-0U.S Sammy ScaffKO1 (10), 1:191985-12-06U.S New York City, NY
victory13-0Canada Conroy NelsonKO21985-11-22U.S Latham, NY
victory12-0U.S Eddie RichardsonKO1, 1:171985-11-13U.S Houston, TX
victory11-0Trinidad e Tobago Sterling BenjaminWHO1, 0:541985-11-01U.S Latham, NY
victory10-0U.S Robert ColayKO1 (8), 0:371985-10-25U.S Atlantic City, NJ
victory9-0U.S Donnie LongKO1 (6), 1:281985-10-09U.S Atlantic City, NJ
victory8-0U.S Michael JohnsonKO1 (6), 0:391985-09-05U.S Atlantic City, NJ
victory7-0U.S Lorenzo CanadyWHO1 (6), 1:051985-08-15U.S Atlantic City, NJ
victory6-0U.S Larry SimsKO3 (6), 2:041985-07-19U.S Poughkeepsie, NY
victory5-0U.S John AldersonWHO2 (6)1985-07-11U.S Atlantic City, NJ
victory4-0U.S Ricardo SpainKO1 (6), 0:391985-06-20U.S Atlantic City, NJ
victory3-0U.S Don HalpinKO4 (4)1985-05-23U.S Albany, NY
victory2-0U.S Trent SingletonWHO1 (4), 0:531985-04-10U.S Albany, NY
victory1-0Puerto Rico Hector MercedesWHO1 (4), 1:471985-03-06U.S Albany, NY

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