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:
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.
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.