Mike Tyson shares his ominous hunch and believes his time on earth is almost over.
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Mike Tyson speaks frankly about his future, which he thinks will be ‘soon’.
Mike Tyson recently revealed his problem on his podcast ‘Hotboxin with Mike Tyson’.
Sean McFarland, a therapist specializing in trauma and addiction, guested on a podcast interview.
However, during the interview, the former boxing champ shared pathological details about how he felt he was approaching death.
‘Of course we will all die,’ said the 56-year-old athlete.
Tyson goes further: ‘When you look in the mirror, you see little spots on your face. It means my expiry is coming soon.’
Mike Tyson Acknowledges Money Problems With His Wife
Mike Tyson was clearly in the mood to recall in his podcast, talking about how money can’t buy happiness.
Iron Mike said, ‘Money doesn’t mean s***t to me. I always tell people. People think money will make them happy. They’ve never had money before. If you have a lot of money, you can’t expect anyone to love you. How can I confess my love to you when you have 500 billion dollars?
He continued, ‘Incorrect sense of safety. You believe that nothing can happen. You don’t believe banks can go down. You think that having a lot of money makes you invincible, but that’s not true. So I always say money is the wrong sense of security.’
The professional boxer has confirmed that after Tyson’s eventual death, he speaks often with his third wife, Lakiha Spicer, who claims that money will provide her peace and safety.
Tyson first tied the knot with Robin Givens in 1988, but broke up a year later in 1989. He married Monica Turner in 1997, but divorced her in 2003.
Tyson said, ‘If I could live the rest of my life by putting money in the bank and getting a check every week, would that be collateral?’
“It doesn’t mean you won’t get sick or you won’t get hit by a car,” he said. Can money protect you when you jump off a bridge?’
Meanwhile, reports report that Tyson is the main subject of the upcoming Disney+ series titled Mike. It’s a retelling of the controversial athlete’s life into a ‘forbidden’ story.