Mike Tyson Biography, Career, Net Worth, And Other Interesting Facts

Mike Tyson is an former American professional boxer born on June 30, 1966. He fought professionally from 1985 to 2005 and plans to compete again in 2024. People call him “Iron Mike” “Kid Dynamite” and “The Baddest Man on the Planet.” He’s known as one of the best heavyweight boxers ever.

Tyson was the undisputed world heavyweight champion from 1987 to 1990. He won his first 19 fights by knockout 12 in the first round. At 20 years and 4 months, he became the youngest boxer to win a heavyweight title. Tyson was the first to hold the WBA WBC and IBF titles together and unify them.

In 1990, Tyson lost to Buster Douglas in a major upset. In 1992 he was convicted of rape and served three years in prison. After his release, he regained the WBA and WBC titles in 1996 joining a small group of boxers who’ve done that.

Tyson is famous for his aggressive boxing style and controversial actions inspired by boxer Sonny Liston. He’s considered one of the hardest hitters in boxing history with an 88% knockout rate. Tyson has been honored with the International Boxing Hall of Fame and the World Boxing Hall of Fame.

Full NameMike Tyson
Date of BirthJune 30, 1966
Place of BirthNew York, USA
OccupationFormer Professional Boxer
Height5 feet 10 inches (178 cm)
SpouseLakiha Spicer (m. 2009)
ChildrenMiguel Leon Tyson, Exodus Tyson, Milan Tyson, 
Mikey Lorna Tyson, Amir Tyson, Ramsey Tyson
Net Worth$10 million

Mike Tyson’s Early Life and Education

Mike Tyson Biography, Career, Net Worth, And Other Interesting Facts

Michael Gerard Tyson was born in New York City on June 30, 1966. He grew up in Brooklyn with his older brother Rodney and older sister Denise who sadly passed away when she was 24.

His mom from Virginia had a tough life and his dad on paper was a cab driver but the man Mike knew as his dad was a pimp named Jimmy. Jimmy left the family when Mike was born and Mike’s mom had to raise them alone.

They lived in different parts of Brooklyn where there was a lot of crime. Mike got into trouble a lot partly because he defended his pigeons and partly because people made fun of his voice. By the time he was 13, he’d been arrested 38 times. Eventually, he went to a school for boys where a counselor noticed he was good at boxing. This counselor introduced him to Cus D’Amato who became his trainer and guardian after Mike’s mom passed away.

Mike Tyson dropped out of school but later got an honorary degree. He trained hard with Kevin Rooney and sometimes with Teddy Atlas until he was 15. After that Rooney trained him all the way.

Losing his mom was tough for Mike emotionally as she never got to see him succeed.

Mike Tyson’s Career

Rising Boxing Star and Early Career

Mike Tyson Rising Boxing Star and Early Career

Mike Tyson started boxing professionally when he was just 18 years old in Albany New York on March 6, 1985. His first fight was against Hector Mercedes which he won in the first round by TKO. In his first year, he had 15 fights and won 26 out of 28 by either knockout or TKO with 16 of those wins happening in the first round.

As he kept winning, he faced tougher opponents like James Tillis David Jaco Jesse Ferguson Mitch Green, and Marvis Frazier. People started seeing him as the next big heavyweight champion. Sadly, Tyson’s mentor D’Amato passed away in November 1985 early in Tyson’s career. Some believe this event marked the beginning of Tyson’s later troubles in life and boxing.

TV Debut and Knockout Victories

Mike Tyson’s first big fight on TV happened on February 16 1986 in Troy New York. He fought Jesse Ferguson a not-so-famous boxer and it was shown on ABC Sports. Tyson hit Ferguson so hard in the fifth round that he broke Ferguson’s nose. In the next round, Ferguson kept grabbing Tyson trying to avoid getting hit more. The referee had to stop the fight because of this.

In July of the same year, Tyson fought Marvis Frazier another boxer, and won easily in just thirty seconds by knocking Frazier out.

After that Tyson fought José Ribalta at the Trump Plaza Hotel and Casino in Atlantic City. Ribalta was tough and kept hitting Tyson in the body. Tyson knocked Ribalta down three times before the referee ended the fight. Tyson said Ribalta was his toughest opponent because he could take a lot of hits and kept fighting back.

The Youngest Heavyweight Champion with Unmatched Speed and Power

Mike Tyson Biography, Career, Net Worth, And Other Interesting Facts

On November 22, 1986, Mike Tyson had his first big fight for the World Boxing Council (WBC) heavyweight championship against Trevor Berbick. He won the fight in the second round by TKO (technical knockout) making him the youngest heavyweight champion ever at just 20 years and 4 months old. After that, he went on to win the WBA and IBF titles in 1987 by defeating James Smith and Tony Tucker.

Tyson was known for being strong and fast with great accuracy and timing in his punches. He also had good defensive skills keeping his hands up high in a style called peek-a-boo that his mentor Cus D’Amato taught him. This style helped him avoid getting hit while he landed his punches.

One of Tyson’s special moves was crouching down right before throwing a punch which made his punches even more powerful. He was famous for a combo where he’d hit his opponent’s body with a right hook and then follow up with a right uppercut to the chin knocking down fighters like Lorenzo Boyd, Jesse Ferguson, and José Ribalta. His skills in the ring earned him praise and compared him to legendary champions like Dempsey, Tunney, Louis, Marciano, and Ali.

Heavyweight Unification Triumphs and Media Frenzy

Mike Tyson was expected to do well in a big boxing competition called the heavyweight unification series. This tournament was meant to find the undisputed heavyweight champion. Tyson fought against James Smith on March 7 1987 in Las Vegas Nevada. He won the match and got Smith’s World Boxing Association (WBA) title along with his belt. This made the media go wild with “Tyson-mania.” In May he also defeated Pinklon Thomas in the sixth round by TKO.

Undisputed heavyweight champion

Securing the Triple Crown of Heavyweight Boxing

Mike Tyson Biography, Career, Net Worth, And Other Interesting Facts

On August 1, Mike Tyson won the International Boxing Federation (IBF) title from Tony Tucker in a twelve-round unanimous decision with scores of 119–111, 118–113, and 116–112. This victory made him the first heavyweight to hold all three major belts – WBA, WBC, and IBF – simultaneously.

From Knocking Out Biggs to Nintendo’s Punch-Out!

In October of that year, Tyson won a fight against Tyrell Biggs a famous boxer. The match ended when Tyson knocked out Biggs in the seventh round.

Around this time a video game company called Nintendo noticed Tyson’s impressive fighting skills. After seeing one of his fights Nintendo’s president was so impressed that he suggested including Tyson in their upcoming game called Punch-Out!! In 1987 Nintendo released Mike Tyson’s Punch-Out!! which became very popular and sold over a million copies.

In 1988, Mike Tyson had three more fights. He fought Larry Holmes in January and won by knocking him out in the fourth round. This was the only time Holmes had been knocked out in his long career.

In March of that year, Tyson fought Tony Tubbs in Japan and easily won in the second round while also doing promotional work for the fight.

Mike Tyson vs. Michael Spinks: A Legendary Fight Amidst Personal Turmoil

Mike Tyson Biography, Career, Net Worth, And Other Interesting Facts

In 1988, Mike Tyson fought Michael Spinks on June 27. Spinks had won the heavyweight championship from Larry Holmes in 1985 but not all boxing organizations recognized him as the champion. Even though he hadn’t lost a fight he lost his title because he chose to fight Gerry Cooney instead of Tony Tucker who was the top contender. This made Tyson vs. Spinks a big deal because many thought Spinks was a true champion.

The fight was expected to be intense because Tyson was known for his aggressive style while Spinks was skilled at boxing from a distance. Tyson knocked Spinks out in just 91 seconds which is considered one of Tyson’s best moments in boxing.

Around this time Tyson’s personal life was also getting complicated. He was going through a divorce with Robin Givens and there was a dispute over his future contracts involving Don King and Bill Cayton. Tyson then split with his manager Bill Cayton and fired his long-time trainer Kevin Rooney. Some people noticed a change in Tyson’s fighting style after Rooney left saying he wasn’t as agile and didn’t throw as many combinations.

Triumphs Against Bruno and Williams

In 1989, Mike Tyson had a tough time personally and fought just twice. In February, he went up against British boxer Frank Bruno. Bruno surprised Tyson in the first round but Tyson came back and knocked him out in the fifth round. Later in July, Tyson knocked out Carl “The Truth” Williams in the first round.

The Buster Douglas Fight that Changed Everything

In 1990, Mike Tyson wasn’t doing well. He wasn’t training as hard and his personal life was messy. Then on February 11, 1990, he fought Buster Douglas in Tokyo and lost his undisputed championship. People were surprised because Tyson was a big favorite to win. But Douglas had a longer reach and used it well. Tyson did manage to knock Douglas down once but Douglas got up and beat Tyson badly in the next rounds. Tyson’s team complained about the referee counting too slowly. In the tenth round, Douglas landed a powerful punch combo that knocked Tyson out for the first time.

This loss was a huge upset because Tyson was seen as the best boxer around.

Return to the ring

From Defeat to Success

Mike Tyson Biography, Career, Net Worth, And Other Interesting Facts

Despite his unexpected defeat, Mike Tyson shared that losing to Douglas was the best thing that happened in his career. He mentioned “That fight made me grow as a person and as a fighter. I now see myself and the sport of boxing in a bigger way.”

After that defeat, Tyson bounced back with two quick wins. He knocked out Henry Tillman and Alex Stewart in the first round of their fights. Beating Tillman who had won the Olympic heavyweight gold medal in 1984 was especially satisfying for Tyson as it helped him get back at Tillman for earlier amateur losses.

These wins paved the way for Tyson to compete in an elimination match for a chance to reclaim the undisputed world heavyweight championship. This title had been taken by Evander Holyfield from Douglas in Holyfield’s first defense of the title.

Tyson vs. Ruddock: Controversial Las Vegas Showdown Ends in Chaos!

Mike Tyson the top contender fought against Donovan “Razor” Ruddock the second-ranked contender in Las Vegas on March 18, 1991. Ruddock was known as a very strong heavyweight and was considered one of the hardest hitters in the division. The fight between Tyson and Ruddock was close with both fighters exchanging blows throughout most of the match. However, during the seventh round referee Richard Steele controversially stopped the fight declaring Tyson the winner. This decision made the fans in the crowd very angry leading to a fight breaking out among them after the match. The referee had to be escorted away from the ring for safety.

Tyson vs. Ruddock Rematch: Knockdowns, Unanimous Victory, & Holyfield Bout Cancellation

Mike Tyson and Ruddock had a rematch on June 28. Tyson knocked down Ruddock two times and won the fight by unanimous decision after twelve rounds, with the judges scoring it 113–109, 114–108, and 114–108.

Later that year, a fight was set between Tyson and Holyfield for the undisputed championship on November 8, 1991, at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. However, Tyson had to withdraw from the fight because he injured his rib cartilage while training.

The Infamous Rape Case and Its Aftermath

Mike Tyson Biography, Career, Net Worth, And Other Interesting Facts

In July 1991 Mike Tyson was arrested for raping Desiree Washington who was 18 years old at the time in a hotel room in Indianapolis. The trial for Tyson’s rape case took place from January 26 to February 10, 1992.

During the trial, there was some evidence supporting Washington’s account. Tyson’s chauffeur testified that Washington seemed shocked after the incident. Additionally, a doctor who examined Washington confirmed that her physical condition matched what would be expected after a rape.

Tyson’s defense argued that everything had happened with Washington’s consent and that he hadn’t forced himself on her. However, the jury didn’t agree and Tyson was convicted of rape on February 10, 1992.

Tyson’s lawyer Alan Dershowitz filed an appeal claiming errors in the court’s handling of evidence and witnesses. The Indiana Court of Appeals didn’t rule in Tyson’s favor and the Supreme Court of Indiana couldn’t decide due to a tie vote caused by a conflict involving the Chief Justice.

Ultimately Tyson was sentenced to six years in prison and four years of probation. He served less than three years and was released in March 1995. As a result of his conviction, he had to register as a Tier II sex offender under federal law.

Comeback: Record-Breaking Fights & PPV Triumphs

After getting out of prison, Mike Tyson won his first fights back against Peter McNeeley and Buster Mathis Jr. easily. The fight against McNeeley was advertised as “He’s back!” and made over $96 million worldwide, with $63 million from Pay-Per-View (PPV) TV in the US alone. It was watched by 1.52 million homes, setting new records for PPV viewership and revenue. Some people criticized Tyson’s team for picking weak opponents (“tomato cans”) to make sure he won easily. TV Guide even named the Tyson-McNeeley fight one of the 50 Greatest TV Sports Moments in 1998.

Second reign as unified heavyweight champion

Wins WBA Title in 1996 Fight Against Seldon

Mike Tyson Biography, Career, Net Worth, And Other Interesting Facts

Mike Tyson won back one of his boxing titles in a match against Frank Bruno in March 1996. This was their second fight and Tyson knocked out Bruno in the third round. In the same year, Lennox Lewis decided not to fight Tyson even though he was offered $13.5 million. Instead, Lewis accepted $4 million to let Tyson fight Bruce Seldon for a chance to win $30 million. Tyson won against Seldon in September and became the WBA champion. Many people criticized Seldon for falling too easily against Tyson’s punches.

Tyson vs. Holyfield: The ‘Finally’ Fight That Defied Expectations

Mike Tyson tried to keep his WBA title against Evander Holyfield who was making a comeback. Holyfield had stopped boxing in 1994 after losing his championship to Michael Moorer. Some people like Don King thought Holyfield who was 34 years old during the fight and not expected to win was too old and washed-up.

The fight happened on November 9 1996 in Las Vegas. It was called “Finally.” Surprisingly Holyfield won in round eleven by TKO even though many experts thought he had no chance. This made Holyfield the second boxer ever to win the heavyweight championship three times. However, Tyson’s team said Holyfield was headbutting too much during the fight although the referee said these headbutts were accidental. This issue caused problems in their rematch.

Post-title Career

Tyson vs. Holyfield Rematch: The Infamous Bite and Its Costly Fallout

Mike Tyson Post title career

Mike Tyson and Holyfield had a rematch on June 28, 1997. Originally Halpern was supposed to be the referee but Tyson’s team objected so Mills Lane stepped in instead. The rematch was called The Sound and the Fury held at the Las Vegas MGM Grand Garden Arena. It was a big deal even bigger than their first fight making $100 million. Tyson got $30 million and Holyfield got $35 million which were the highest amounts in boxing until 2007. The fight was watched by 1.99 million households on pay-per-view breaking records until 2007.

However, the fight became infamous. In the third round Tyson bit Holyfield’s ears twice getting disqualified. The first bite was so bad it took a piece of Holyfield’s ear off. Tyson said he did it because Holyfield kept headbutting him without getting penalized. After Tyson bit Holyfield again the match ended and Holyfield won. The crowd got chaotic and some people got hurt.

As a consequence $3 million of Tyson’s $30 million earnings were held back by the Nevada State Boxing Commission. Tyson apologized and asked not to be banned for life. Still, he lost his boxing license and had to pay fines and legal fees. He returned to boxing in 1999 but had more controversies like trying to break Botha’s arms during a match. He also faced legal trouble for assaulting motorists after a traffic accident. Tyson’s career continued with more fights and controversies including a victory over Andrew Golota which was later changed to no contest due to drug testing issues.

From Heavyweight Showdowns to Financial Struggles

Mike Tyson had a big fight in 2002 aiming for a heavyweight championship. Lennox Lewis was the champ back then with several titles. Tyson and Lewis had trained together before way back in 1984. Tyson wanted to fight Lewis in Nevada where more people could watch and pay for it. But the Nevada Boxing Commission said no because Tyson was facing some serious legal issues at the time.

Two years before the fight Tyson said some harsh things about Lewis in an interview. He even said something extreme like “I want your heart I want to eat your children.” Later on, there was a big fight between their teams at a press event in New York. Then the Nevada State Athletic Commission said Tyson couldn’t fight in Nevada. So they had to move the fight to a different place. After a lot of back and forth, they finally fought on June 8 in Memphis Tennessee. Lewis won and Tyson congratulated him.

Mike Tyson Biography, Career, Net Worth, And Other Interesting Facts

Another fight happened in Memphis on February 22 2003, where Mike Tyson beat Clifford Etienne in just 49 seconds. But before that fight, people were talking about Tyson not training enough because he was partying and getting tattoos in Las Vegas.

Things weren’t going well for Tyson financially either. He filed for bankruptcy in August 2003 after earning a lot of money but also owing a lot. He tried to set up a fight with K-1 fighter Bob Sapp but because of Tyson’s past, he couldn’t get a visa to fight in Japan where it would have made a lot of money.

In July 2004, Mike Tyson fought British boxer Danny Williams in Kentucky. Tyson started strong but got knocked out unexpectedly in the fourth round because he was fighting with a knee injury. That was his fifth loss. He had surgery afterward because of the injury.

Retirement – From Millions to Debt & Addiction

Back in 2005 on June 11th, Mike Tyson decided to stop fighting before the seventh round of his match against Kevin McBride. Tyson later talked about this in a documentary from 2008 saying he only fought for money didn’t think he’d win and was tired of taking boxing seriously because he wasn’t in good shape.

Around 2000, Tyson changed his financial team and found out he was $3.3 million in debt but made $65.7 million that year. In 2007 he got in trouble with the law for having drugs and driving drunk. He admitted to using cocaine and being addicted to it.

In his autobiography from 2013, Tyson confessed to using his wife Monica Turner’s urine and even his baby’s urine to pass drug tests. He was married to Turner from 1997 to 2003.

Mike Tyson vs. Jake Paul

Mike Tyson Biography, Career, Net Worth, And Other Interesting Facts

In March 2024, they said Mike Tyson’s coming back to boxing against Jake Paul in a big fight on July 20 at AT&T Stadium in Texas. Then, on April 29, they said Texas officially approved the match as a pro boxing fight.

What Is Mike Tyson’s Net Worth?

Mike Tyson’s Net Worth is estimated to be $10 Million as of 2024, according to Celebrity Net Worth.

Post Boxing Journey

In a candid interview with USA Today back in June 2005 Mike Tyson opened up about his struggles. He said, “My whole life has been a waste – I’ve been a failure.” Tyson felt deeply ashamed and just wanted to escape. He dreamed of becoming a missionary hoping it would allow him to keep his dignity without people thinking he was fleeing the country. He expressed frustration with his life in the U.S. feeling like he had been put on a pedestal only to watch it crumble.

Despite his struggles, Mike Tyson found solace in caring for his 350 pigeons in Paradise Valley a posh area near Phoenix Arizona. Over time he kept his name in the public eye by promoting various websites and companies. Interestingly this was a shift from his earlier years when he criticized other athletes for endorsing products just for the money.

Tyson didn’t shy away from the entertainment world either. He held boxing shows in Las Vegas and started a tour of exhibition bouts to pay off his debts. In October 2012 he launched the Mike Tyson Cares Foundation aimed at helping kids from broken homes.

In August 2013, Mike Tyson partnered with Acquinity Sports to start Iron Mike Productions a boxing promotions company. The following month he was featured in a six-episode TV series on Fox Sports 1 called “Being: Mike Tyson” which gave fans a look into his personal life.

Tyson’s autobiography “Undisputed Truth” came out in November 2013 and became a New York Times bestseller. It even earned him a special prize for the best autobiography at the Golden Podium Awards. In May 2017, he released his second book “Iron Ambition” about his relationship with his trainer and father figure Cus D’Amato.

In February 2018, Tyson attended an MMA tournament in Russia where he spoke warmly about the kindness of the Russian people a perspective he felt many Americans lacked. On May 12 2020 Tyson hinted at a return to boxing by posting a training video on Instagram with the message “I’m back.”

Mike Tyson also made waves in the wrestling world. On May 23 2020 at All Elite Wrestling’s Double or Nothing event he helped Cody Rhodes win a championship match. He appeared again on AEW Dynamite getting involved in storylines with Chris Jericho and his group The Inner Circle.

In a surprising move, Tyson made a cameo in the Telugu-Hindi movie “Liger” which was released on August 25, 2022. This appearance highlighted Tyson’s continued influence and ability to surprise fans across different entertainment platforms.

Mike Tyson’s Personal Life

Marriages and Family Tragedies

Mike Tyson and Lakiha spicer

Mike Tyson who lives in Seven Hills Nevada has been married three times and has seven children one of whom has passed away. His children are from different relationships. He counts his second wife’s oldest daughter as his own.

His first marriage was to actress Robin Givens on February 7, 1988, in Chicago. Givens was famous for her role in the sitcom Head of the Class. Their marriage was tough with claims of violence and mental problems from Tyson’s side. In September 1988 they gave an interview with Barbara Walters on 20/20 where Givens said living with Tyson was like torture. She also said Tyson was “manic depressive” which doctors later confirmed. Givens announced she was divorcing Tyson a month later and they officially split on February 14, 1989.

In a book called Fire and Fear: The Inside Story of Mike Tyson Tyson admitted to punching Givens saying it was the best punch he ever threw although he later said the book was full of lies. They didn’t have any children together but Givens said she had a miscarriage which Tyson denied claiming she lied about being pregnant to marry him. During their marriage, they lived in a big house in New Jersey.

Tyson’s second marriage was to Monica Turner from April 19, 1997, to January 14, 2003. Turner was working as a pediatric resident at Georgetown University Medical Center at the time. She’s the sister of Michael Steele who used to be Lieutenant Governor of Maryland and chairman of the Republican National Committee. Turner filed for divorce in January 2002 accusing Tyson of cheating during their five-year marriage. They had two kids together sons named Amir and Ramsey.

On May 25, 2009, Mike Tyson’s four-year-old daughter Exodus was found unconscious and tangled in a treadmill cord by her seven-year-old brother. She died the next day. Tyson rushed back from Las Vegas to be with her but she didn’t make it.

Eleven days after Exodus’s death Tyson married for the third time to his long-time girlfriend Lakiha “Kiki” Spicer. They got married on June 6 2009 in a quick private ceremony in Las Vegas. They have two children together a daughter named Milan and a son named Morocco.

From Catholicism to Islam

Mike Tyson was raised Catholic but converted to Islam before going to prison. Many media outlets incorrectly reported that he converted during his time in prison and adopted the Muslim name Malik Abdul Aziz or Malik Shabazz but Tyson never officially changed his name.

In November 2013, Tyson expressed disillusionment with organized religion saying “The more I look into the churches and mosques for God the more I start seeing the devil.” However, by December 2013, he told Fox News he was very grateful to be a Muslim and needed Allah in his life. He also spoke about his journey towards sobriety and how being around good people has inspired him to become a better and more humble person.

Tyson first completed the Islamic pilgrimage Umrah in July 2010 and did it again in December 2022 this time with DJ Khaled a Palestinian American Muslim.

From Sobriety to Struggles and Dietary Changes

Mike Tyson Biography, Career, Net Worth, And Other Interesting Facts

In March 2011, Mike Tyson went on The Ellen DeGeneres Show to talk about his new Animal Planet reality show Taking On Tyson. He told DeGeneres about how he had made positive changes in his life over the past two years like living without alcohol and following a vegan diet. But then in August 2013, he admitted that he had been lying about being sober and was struggling with alcoholism which had nearly killed him.

Tyson also shared that he had stopped being vegan. He said “I was vegan for four years but not anymore. I eat chicken sometimes. I probably should still be vegan. I can’t eat red meat at all or I’d get very sick. That’s probably why I was so messed up before.

Impact on Pop Culture

In the late 1980s and 1990s, Mike Tyson was a huge star in sports. He was famous not just for his boxing skills but also for his controversial actions both in and out of the ring. This kept him in the public eye and sometimes even in court. Tyson was everywhere in popular media: movies TV shows books music and even video games. He also dabbled in wrestling and made appearances in various films and TV shows.

One notable movie about Tyson’s life called “Tyson” came out in 1995. It showed his journey from losing his mentor to being convicted of rape. In 2006 he made a cameo in “Rocky Balboa.” Then in 2007 a book called “The Last Great Fight” detailed his life and a famous fight. A documentary about Tyson premiered in 2008 at the Cannes Film Festival.

Mike Tyson didn’t just stick to the screen; he brought his life story to the stage. He started with a one-man show in Las Vegas then took it to Broadway with Spike Lee’s help in 2012. This show toured nationally giving audiences a glimpse into Tyson’s personal and professional life. It even aired on HBO in 2013.

Outside of acting and performing Tyson appeared in various TV shows such as “Law and Order: SVU” and his animated series called “Mike Tyson Mysteries.” He also ventured into music featuring in Madonna’s album and releasing his singles.

Tyson’s career expanded into hosting podcasts and starring in commercials. He even appeared in a Chinese film and had his drink ads. His life story continued to inspire more projects including a scripted series with Jamie Foxx and a documentary series on ABC.

Recently Mike Tyson was featured in the 300th episode of “Hell’s Kitchen” and had a biographical drama series released on Hulu. However, he expressed frustration with Hulu for not accurately portraying his life story calling them out for their insensitive remarks.