He's been a heavyweight champ, imprisoned on rape charges and had a great cameo in "The Hangover."
For the past couple of years, Mike Tyson has been starring in a one-man show about his life, "Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth," which comes to the Abraham Chavez Theatre on Feb. 15 (the day after Valentine's Day).
Tickets are $68, on sale at 10 a.m. Nov. 1 at the Plaza Theatre box office, Ticketmaster outlets, ticketmaster.com and 800.745.3000.
There are two classes of VIP tickets, which include meet-and-greets with the former champ. The $325 ticket includes a meet-and-greet and a boxing glove signed by Tyson. The $180 includes the meet-and-greet, but not the glove. He'll also do a q-and-a with VIP ticketholders.
Those prices don't include service charges.
Iron Mike's one-man show, directed by Spike Lee, deals with the 47-year-old former heavyweight boxing champion's controversial life and career, including the championship fights, that ear-biting incident with Evander Holyfield and the 1991 rape for which he was convicted and served three years in prison.
"I will be telling (my) story," he told Playbill, adding that nothing is off limits in the show, written by his wife, Kiki Tyson.
"If anything comes across kind of fake, you'll see it right away," he told Playbill. "To avoid that, (I'm) putting everything on the table. But it's not all good stuff! It's going to be a rollercoaster of emotions."
The show debuted in 2012 in Las Vegas, then moved to Broadway, where it was filmed this summer for HBO Films, directed by Lee. He toured it last spring.
The film version will premiere at 6 p.m. El Paso time on Nov. 16.
The El Paso show is part of a mini-tour of Texas that will include stops in Midland and Dallas, according to Rob Jenkins, who is producing the show for Showtime Concerts.
Jenkins said Tyson won't be doing a full-blown tour, like he did last spring, but will perform mostly on weekends "because of the family and kids."