Jackass Star Steve-O Broke His Nose On Mike Tyson’S Fist After Launching Himself At The Former Heavyweight World Champion


Mike Tyson was nicknamed ‘the baddest man on the planet’ during his prime because of his vicious ring style and ability to knock out practically every opponent he faced.

Steve-O, who is notorious for risky actions like leaping into Tyson’s hand, recounted the incident on the podcast Hotboxin’ with Mike Tyson.

Steve-O said, “At the Charlie Sheen roast, I talked Mike into letting me dive into his fist and we broke the f*** out of my nose, Mike and I.”

“Then some kung fu dude set it straight on the spot and I got a Mike Tyson, kung fu nose job for free.”

Steve-O isn’t the only one who has shown an interest in fighting Mike Tyson lately. Tyson Fury recently called out the former undisputed heavyweight champion for an exhibition match.

“I’m gonna do some exhibition matches, they’re not real fights, but with entertainment factor. This is not professional boxing, this is pure entertainment. Hollywood style-entertainment, that’s all it is, nothing more, nothing less.”

“So I’m looking at fighting Mike Tyson, Lennox Lewis, Frank Bruno, The Rock Dwayne Johnson, that’d be fantastic. You never know who we could be fighting on one of these shows, but that’s what I’m hoping to do in the upcoming future.”


An emotionally vulnerable Mike Tyson once stopped an interview and asked the reporter to leave after opening up about the tragic death of his daughter.

Tyson, widely regarded as one of the best heavyweights of all time, was in Las Vegas in 2009 at the time of the incident involving his four-year-old daughter, Exodus.

According to reports at the time, Exodus had caught her neck in a treadmill cord at her home in Phoenix and was later found unconscious by her then-seven-year-old brother, Miguel Leon Tyson.

Tyson’s daughter was taken to the hospital and had been on life support due to her injury, but Exodus unfortunately passed away a day after the incident.


Opening up on the death of his daughter, the ‘Baddest Man on the Planet’ was emotionally overwhelmed and revealed his mindset at the time of Exodus’ tragic accident.

“This is my best thinking at the time. Get my gun, automatic, just like this and go crazy,” Tyson said.

When asked who he was going to hurt, Tyson continued: “Regardless, that’s just my first thought. But when I went to the hospital, the people that were there… they’re up there because their kids are dead, too. Or about to die.

“So, who the hell am I thinking about dying, too? I don’t know. Something happened that day. I don’t know what happened that day.”
When he was asked if a “new Mike Tyson” came after that day, an emotional Tyson opened up about using cocaine “for a week” and how he “couldn’t handle it at all.”

Boxing legend Tyson, 56, then proceeded to end the interview after his heartfelt admission and asked the reporter to leave.

“Can we appreciate the fact that the interviewer apologised for bringing it up and told Mike that it’s OK to cry,” one fan said.

Another boxing fan added: “I feel bad for Mike. He’s been through a lot and he’s come a long way.”

One fan commented: “This made me cry, wow, you can feel the power of emotion in his voice. I hope he truly eventually finds peace about this.”

And somebody else posted: “Man, to see the champ like this hurts. Shows how human he truly is.”


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