“If I froze, I’m dead” – When a scary Mike Tyson confronted billionaire Donald Trump about sleeping with his wife

“If I froze, I’m dead” – When a scary Mike Tyson confronted billionaire Donald Trump about sleeping with his wife

Mike Tyson and Donald Trump

There is nothing that would scare the life out of a person than being confronted by an “angry” Mike Tyson back in the 1980s and 1990s. Donald Trump is famous for treading on tight ropes and once he was confronted by the deadliest man on planet earth.


TrumpNation: The Art of Being the Donald” is a biography about Donald Trump. The book was written by author Timothy L. O’Brien. A part of the book discusses the relationship between the billionaire and the legendary boxer Mike Tyson. According to the book, Tyson once confronted Trump about having slept with his wife, Robin Givens.

Givens and Tyson were married between the years 1988 and 1989. There were several rumors that suggested Trump was having an affair with Givens which triggered the dangerous boxer, who was in his prime at that time to confront the billionaire. “Could I ask you, are you f***ing my wife?” Tyson asked Trump “angrily” according to the biographical book written by Timothy L. O’Brien.

The author also quoted the first words Trump had about this incident in his book. “Now, if I froze, I’m dead…you would have zero chance. Here’s the heavyweight champion of the world, and he’s a solid piece of f***ing armor,” said Trump according to the book. [H/T TalkSport]


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Mike Tyson endorsed Donald Trump when he was running for President of the United States of America

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Mike Tyson and Donald Trump posing for a picture

Though Trump has not revealed what he said to calm the situation between him and Tyson, the two have been going strong in their relationship. Tyson also hired the billionaire to be his advisor after Trump managed to arrange a blockbuster fight between Tyson and Olympic boxer Michael Spinks.

This fight took place in 1988 and only hours after the 91-second knockout of Spinks, Iron Mike decided to hire Trump as his advisor. The two have had each other’s back on several occasions over time. The two share such a good relationship, so much so that Tyson also endorsed Donald Trump to become the President of the United States which he then ended up accomplishing.

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In an interview with HuffPost Live, Tyson says he would gladly endorse the billionaire to be the next president of the country after Barrack Obama. “He should be President of the United States. That’s what he should be,” said Tyson in the interview.

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