Originally posted on The Daily Rival  |  Last updated 4/4/12

Mike Tyson’s marriage to Robin Givens in the 1980′s was notorious for being a tumultuous one, even in its brief existence. But Tyson admits that even after their divorce he still had physical feelings for the actress, sometimes “going over to her house,” during which I doubt they were merely playing Scattergories.

On “Conan” Tuesday night, Tyson told a story about one of these trips to Givens’ house. But, in this particular instance, Givens wasn’t home. Tyson was prepared to leave crestfallen, until he noticed Givens pulling up to the house. Iron Mike’s hopes shot back up… until he saw she was with the fetching Brad Pitt. Tyson’s reaction was honest, to say the least:

“Aw, man. I ain’t gonna get no p—-. F—.”

Keep in mind, this was 1980′s Mike Tyson — you definitely did not want to mess with him. That includes pulling up in a car with his ex-wife when he was trying get some action. Conan asked Tyson if he wanted to hurt Pitt in that moment, but Tyson said he wasn’t in the mood: “I went from a hard stallion to a wet noodle.”

It’s okay, Mike. We’ve all been there. Just not with Brad Pitt.

[Team Coco]

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