Legendary boxer and former undisputed heavyweight champion of the world, Mike Tyson will become a member of the Union of Russian Writers this week.
While the feminist infused West continues to try and scold Russia for reasons no logical person can really understand, outspoken red pill man, Iron Mike, will be visiting Moscow to receive honors for his up coming memoirs. Isolation?
ITAR TASS news agency reports:
Tyson’s membership will be officially announced on October 27 when his memoir book Undisputed Truth will be presented in Moscow, Vladimir Khryunov told TASS.
Tyson will visit Moscow in November to attend a boxing event, he added.
Tyson, 48, is a former undisputed heavyweight champion of the world and holds the record as the youngest boxer to win the WBC, WBA and IBF heavyweight titles. He ended his professional career in 2005.
Tyson memoirs should make for inspirational reading. Above all else, Tyson overcame tremendous obstacles to become one of the best men to ever step in the ring.
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