Mike Tyson once stormed into Donald Trump’s office accusing him of affair

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Mike Tyson once accused Donald Trump of having an affair with his wife.

The youngest heavyweight boxing champion in history apparently stormed into the former President’s office and demanded to know if he had slept with his wife at the time, Robin Givens.

Tim O’Brien wrote a book called ‘TrumpNation: The Art of Being the Donald’, which documents the life and experiences of the businessman and ex-leader of the United States.

An excerpt from the book quoted Tyson as saying: “Could I ask you, are you f***ing my wife?"

O’Brien then quotes Trump’s response which read: "Now, if I froze, I’m dead… you would have zero chance.

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"Here’s the heavyweight champion of the world, and he’s a solid piece of f*****g armour."

An article in The New York Post that focuses on the story, says Trump’s response to Tyson’s question is unknown.

The 55-year-old Tyson was married to Givens from 1988 to 1989. He has been married to Lakiha Spicer since 2009.

Trump had a hand in the former boxer’s first world title win, organising his fight against Michael Spinks in June 1988.

Spinks was undefeated at the time, but the ‘Baddest man on the Planet’ soon snapped the streak as he knocked Spinks out in the first round.

Both Tyson and Trump seem to have an amicable relationship now.

In May 2021, Tyson posted a video of himself training back in May, Trump responded by saying: "Keep punching, Mike."

Tyson is currently in good shape and wants to step into the boxing ring once again.

In November, Jake Paul revealed that he was in talks with Tyson over a potential bout.

However, things may have taken a turn since then as Paul may be ready to hang up his boxing gloves already after omitting the sport from his priorities in 2022.

The YouTuber hopes to add to his business ventures and, more specifically, grow his investments in the non-fungible token (NFT) industry.

In regards to what he hopes to prioritise in the coming year, Paul wrote: "Exercising Kindness, Transition to Business, Creative Innovation."

  • Donald Trump
  • Mike Tyson

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