Pounding out the details of his personal life on a Broadway stage doesn't seem to faze Mike Tyson. The former heavyweight champ says that's what's used to doing, ''and at least now I don't have to go to hospital every time.''
The 46-year old Tyson is appearing in the one-man show, ''Mike Tyson Undisputed Truth.'' Directed by Spike Lee, the nearly two-hour show chronicles Tyson's life from childhood and his early boxing career to his public divorce from Robin Givens and his time spent in prison. He even talks about an incident with Brad Pitt.
''I'm just joking and stuff. I'm not mad at anyone. I hope he gives me a damn job,'' Tyson told The Associated Press Thursday when asked about the incident.
Lee chimed in: ''He asked for a job.''
Lee, famous for chronicling stories about Brooklyn in such films as ''Crooklyn,'' ''She's Gotta Have It,'' and the upcoming ''Red Hook Summer,'' feels this work adds nicely to collection.
''You can't get more Brooklyn than Mike Tyson. And if you re...