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Sport Mike Tyson explains his weird behavior in interview

07:45  15 october  2020
07:45  15 october  2020 Source:   yardbarker.com

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Mike Tyson took to Twitter on Tuesday to explain his odd behavior during a “Good Morning Britain” interview that left viewers concerned about the “Hey mate @piersmorgan @GMB @susannareid100 and UK. I tried to stay up late for interview but fell asleep and like a lion I'm hard to wake once asleep

Mike Tyson has explained his bizarre interview with UK breakfast TV show 'Good Morning Britain' - during which he appeared drowsy and slurred his Tyson himself has now cleared things up, saying he was exhausted after a hard day's training ahead of his exhibition bout with Jones in November and

Mike Tyson offered an explanation on Twitter Tuesday for his odd behavior during an interview on “Good Morning Britain.”

Mike Tyson et al. standing on a stage in front of a crowd: Mike Tyson offered an explanation for his odd behavior during an interview. © Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports Mike Tyson offered an explanation for his odd behavior during an interview.

Tyson appeared to be very groggy and was slurring his words during his interview on the program. He even had his head down in between questions.

So what was going on? Tyson says the reason his interview did not go smoothly is because he was tired and sleepy. He says he tried to stay up late for the live interview but fell asleep. Once he falls asleep, he’s tough to wake up. He also says he forgot to look into the camera because he had no monitor.

That actually is a reasonable explanation and does seem to match what we saw. It looked like he got dragged out of a deep sleep about two minutes before being thrown on camera, and that was the result.

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Mike Tyson , 54, says he fell asleep before his 'vacant' GMB interview as he reassures fans after sparking concern during TV appearance. The former heavyweight champ, 54, explained that he fell asleep while trying to stay up late for the interview , as he compared himself to a lion who is hard to

Like his plummet, Tyson 's redemption, onscreen and off, has the resonance and the publicness that people cherish in celebrities. His life was one long docudrama After a year of increasingly aberrant behaviour , in the ring and out, a 1992 rape conviction sidelined Tyson for three years of imprisonment.

Once a feared heavyweight champion, Tyson is set to face Roy Jones Jr. on Nov. 28. Even though Tyson didn’t look so good in that interview, he actually looked like his old ferocious self in a recent training video.

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