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Mike Tyson Live on Stage at The MGM Grand, April 13-18

LAS VEGAS – SPI Entertainment announces the world premiere of “Mike Tyson: UNDISPUTED TRUTH – Live on Stage,” starring the legendary Mike Tyson. The electric one-man show will have a limited run with nightly performances at 8 p.m. April 13 – 18 at the Hollywood Theatre at MGM Grand Hotel & Casino.

“Mike Tyson: UNDISPUTED TRUTH – Live on Stage” is the no-holds-barred life story of the iconic boxer as it has never been told before. Tyson will thrill audiences with untold stories, peeling back layers of tragedy and public turmoil while unfolding his tale of triumph and survival. In an up-close-and-personal setting featuring images, music and video, Tyson, in an intimate and theatrical setting, will share the stories of his life and experiences as a professional athlete and controversies in and out of the ring.

Created and produced by Adam Steck, CEO of SPI Entertainment, directed by Randy Johnson and written by Kiki Tyson and Randy Johnson, “Mike Tyson: UNDISPUTED TRUTH – Live on Stage” will give the public a compelling, humorous and unvarnished autobiography of one of sports’ most complex figures.

“We are excited to deliver an unmatched, exhilarating entertainment experience with ‘Mike Tyson: UNDISPUTED TRUTH – Live on Stage,’” said Adam Steck, founder and CEO of SPI Entertainment. “Mike will have the chance to share his life story with the world, revisiting chapters the public may be aware of and revealing captivating accounts of some they may not. Both will leave audiences wanting more.”

Tickets start at $99.99 plus tax and service fees and can be purchased at any MGM Grand box office, all Ticketmaster locations, online at Ticketmaster.com or charge-by-phone at 800.745.3000. Special VIP packages are $499.99 and include a meet-and-greet and photo with Tyson and commemorative merchandise. For more information, visit www.MGMGrand.com. Tickets go on sale Friday, March 2 at noon.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by clmags12 on 02-27-2012

I've been to a show in the MGM/Hollywood Theater even the last row of seats is very close. I love Iron Mike, might have to show this to the wife for a quick Vegas trip in April!

Comment by larry x.. on 02-27-2012

id love to see Mike in person to be honest.id pay to listen to him talk.very articulate and intelligent person

Comment by nycsmooth on 02-27-2012

tyson iss so broke he's taking pennies from anyone throwing them in his direction..after the agent, taxes etc what's left?? He's a perfect example of what extravagence will do...

Comment by terror_tim on 02-27-2012

Most shows in Vegas run a $100 or more,usually more. Cirque du Soleil is like $150. The Blue Man Group was $125 when I saw them years ago. The shows in Vegas aren't cheap.

Comment by WesleySnipes on 02-27-2012

sounds very interesting but wow @ the prices for that...

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