"Being Mike Tyson," the six-part documentary premiers on Sunday. Wondering at what time and where you can watch the first part of this documentary? We provide channel info and show time of this documentary covering one of sports most talked about athletes.
You can call him Floyd Mayweather Jr. before anybody knew who Money May was. Financially, Tyson was on top of the world, breaking box office records. Talent-wise, Tyson was unlike anything anybody in boxing had seen before. It was a combination of speed and strength that left opponents facing up on the canvas. However, what captivated people was his life outside of the ring.
Tyson was troubled. He was extremely successful at a very young age, winning the heavyweight title by the time he was 20. Some would say Tyson was misunderstood, misguided and under the control of the wrong people. Don't talk to him about Don King, Tyson will tell you he's a thief and a liar.
It appears like Tyson is trying to right all the wrongs from his early years. He's made appearances in films that have allowed Tyson to look more human and appear less ferocious and detrimental. There was not much good being said about Tyson while he was in the spotlight. While many recognized his talent, many also used his past to judge the troubled boxer.
Tyson has told his story on stages across the country. He took his talents from the boxing ring to the stage, where he shared his story and struggles with a broad audience. In the "Undisputed Truth" we saw Tyson like we had never seen him before. Now, fans have another chance to see Tyson under a different scope.
The show premiers on Sunday on FOX immediately following the Giants vs. Panthers game.
Channel- Where to Watch: FOX
Show Time: 4:30 p.m. ET
This documentary will only be 30 minutes long. After this show airs, you can watch the remaining five episodes on FOX Sports 1.