Mike Tyson Gets Emotional Talking to Oprah
Mike Tyson joined Whitney Houston as the latest 1980s icon to break down in Oprah's studio.
Tyson talked the entire hour, appearing on the show to discuss James Toback's documentary chronicling his rise and fall.
Among the topics Tyson touched on: the infamous Tyson/Robin Givens interview with Barbara Walters ("I wanted to sock her (Givens)," Tyson told Oprah), his time in prison, the tragic death of his young daughter earlier this year, his wife, his drug use and his hatred of Don King.
The most touching part of the interview (and there were many) was Tyson discussing the impact former trainer Cus D'Amato had on his life, and how lost Tyson was after D'Amato's death.
Tyson could barely answer Oprah's questions whenever D'Amato's name came up.