Conclusion. Tyson wraps up his stage show's tour and then joins comedian Jeff Ross for an attempt at stand-up comedy. Later, Mike reflects on his journey and his future during a visit to his childhood neighborhood of Brownsville, Brooklyn.
Part 5 of 6. Tyson connects with the boxing greats who preceded him, visiting Jack Johnson's grave and spending time with his hero, Muhammad Ali. Later, Mike watches UFC welterweight Johny Hendricks train before taking in a UFC event with Dana White.
Part 4 of 6. Mike and his wife Kiki visit the birthplace of his boxing career, the Catskill, N.Y., gym established by Tyson's former trainer and father figure, the late Cus D'Amato. Later, Tyson mentors some of his promotion's young fighters.
Part 2 of 6. Tyson pays a visit to former heavyweight rival Evander Holyfield. Among the topics explored by the two-time opponents are the infamous 1997 ear-biting incident, and the true nature of their relationship.
Part 1 of 6. A look at the former heavyweight champ opens with Tyson launching the national tour of his one-man stage show in Indianapolis, the city where in 1992 he was convicted of rape. Tyson spent three years incarcerated in nearby Plainfield, Ind.