Originally written on Holdout Sports  |  Last updated 11/20/14
During halftime of New York Knicks games, MSG Network has a "Live From Celebrity Row" segment hosted by Jill Martin, where she asks as many questions as she can in 60 seconds to a celebrity watching that night's Knicks game. At halftime of Wednesday night's game against the Sacramento Kings, Jill Martin's live celebrity guest was former boxer Mike Tyson. And although you never know exactly what to expect from Tyson, it would probably be reasonable to expect that he would end up dropping a curse word at some point during the interview.

So, when Tyson was asked what was the dumbest money he ever spent, he said "anything I ever had" and that money was spent on some dumb stuff. Only he didn't stay stuff - he said another word that starts with 's' that shouldn't be said on live TV.

(DISCLAIMER: NSFW language. We do not endorse the use of this type of language - we just laugh when it slips through uncensored on live TV. It would be nice if these networks used a 7-second delay once in a while, or had a way to make sure the censors do their jobs.)



One interesting part of the exchange (after Tyson's curse) was when Martin asked Tyson what he would do with one life do over. Tyson responded "The ear thing [with Evander Holyfield] was pretty heavy. I wish I could do that one over."

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