Mike Tyson showed his fans how well he can carry a tune after singing a famous rock song during an episode of his podcast.
The boxing icon hosts ‘Hotboxin’ with Mike Tyson’ and had UFC president Dana White as his latest guest on the show as the pair discussed several topics including MMA, and his Tyson’s storied sporting career.
The two friends also discussed music growing up as White discussed what his musical influences were as a teenager growing up in the 80s.
He said: “I grew up in the 80s when rap really started to take off, [with] Run-D.M.C, LL Cool J, the Beastie Boys, the Fat Boys [and] Salt-N-Pepa.”
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Before White, 54, was able to continue listing rap artists, Tyson, 57, randomly burst into song, singing: “You give love a bad name” which is a song by rock band, Bon Jovi.
White looked filled with confusion for a split-second before telling the New York native: “That’s Bon Jovi.”
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