Mike Tyson Needs His Own Show

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That's Mike Tyson giving "the look." Look at that face -- tattoo and all. That face, and the personality that comes along with it, needs a television show. With every appearance Tyson makes -- the latest being Watch What Happens Live -- I've become more convinced.

For example, look at this:

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On one side there's Tyson, laughing and being all animated. On the other is a host looking pretty uncomfortable. This is Tyson in a nutshell. He's going to be excited and he's going to spice things up, no matter the occasion.

As for the actual content of Sunday's show, Tyson was competing in a variety of tasks involving boxing gloves. Not hitting anything, mind you, but everyday tasks. You know, like folding a shirt and peeling a banana.

Of course he was able to get in a subtle reference to the size of his manhood and managed to taunt his opponent while folding a shirt.

If his words aren't enough, just think of the GIF possibilities that come with Tyson regularly appearing on TV. They're endless, to say the least.

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More here, here and here.

The world needs this. Someone give Mike Tyson his own show. Or just give him a camera crew that can live-stream his life. Either will do, really.

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