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‘I used my baby’s urine to pass drug tests’ – Mike Tyson

NEWPORT BEACH, CALIFORNIA – DECEMBER 05: Mike Tyson attends the Mike Tyson Cares & We 2 Matter Fundraiser on December 05, 2021 in Newport Beach, California. (Photo by Phillip Faraone/Getty Images)


‘I used my baby’s urine to pass drug tests’ – Mike Tyson


Mike Tyson has admitted to using a fake p-nis and his baby’s urine to cheat on his pre-match boxing tests.

The legendary boxer confessed to the act of duplicity on Jeff Novitzky’s podcast, Hotboxin’ with Mike Tyson, where he revealed that he used a prosthetic p-nis that he dubbed the Whizzinator to get around drug screens before stepping out into the ring.

Tyson, who is now 54, stated that he preferred to use his baby’s urine over his wife’s in case she was expecting.

He said, “One time I was using my wife’s and my wife was like, ‘Baby, you better hope it doesn’t come back pregnant or something’.”
Tyson’s confession has sparked concern and criticism, as cheating on drug tests is illegal.

Jeff Novitzky, who oversees the drug-testing programme at the Ultimate Fighting Championship, has experience of this.

“A male provided a urine sample, and it came back and they said ‘Sir, you’re pregnant. Either you’re pregnant or this is somebody else’s urine’,” he said.

Tyson previously denied using performance-enhancing drugs.

During a routine drug test, athletes have to relieve themselves in front of an official.

This sparked Jeff to ask the father-of-seven if his Whizzinator matched his complexion.

Tyson replied, “Yeah, hell yeah, I had a brown one.”

Tyson, who is currently married to Lakiha Spicer, did not mention which of his children or spouses took part in the illegal activity.

He was married to Robin Givens between 1988 and 1989 and to Monica Turner from 1997 to 2003 before marrying Lakiha in 2009.

Tyson’s children are Mikey Lorna (30), Rayna (24), Amir (23), Miguel Leon (18), Milan (12) and Morocco (9).

His daughter Exodus died tragically in 2009 at the age of four after accidentally strangling on a treadmill cord.
Tyson’s confession has come as a shock as it violates anti-doping regulations and he could face legal repercussions.

This is not the first time athletes have used prosthetic penises to cheat on drug tests.

In 2005, former NFL player Onterrio Smith was caught with a Whizzinator at an airport.

Tyson, who was the former WBC, WBA and IBF world heavyweight champion, recently announced that he’s coming out of retirement to fight 51-year-old American boxer Roy Jones Jr in an exhibition match for his Legends Only League on 28 November.

Tyson was last in the ring 15 years ago.

He said, “It’s just going to be amazing,” and it may not be his last match either.

“I don’t know. I might do this for a while. Let’s check this stuff out.“

“It would be so awesome if we could do this all around the world and fight the best fighter in that country, exhibitions with this guy in that country, exhibitions all over the world. Wouldn’t that be great?”
Tyson’s confession has sparked mixed reactions, with some people defending him and others condemning him.

While some people believe that it was an act of desperation, others argue that it was a deliberate attempt to cheat and gain an unfair advantage.

Tyson has not yet commented on the criticisms.
The use of performance-enhancing drugs is a serious issue in sports, and many organisations have strict anti-doping policies to prevent cheating.

These policies are in place to ensure that athletes compete on a level playing field and that the results of competitions are fair and just.

Cheating undermines the integrity of sports and can have serious consequences for the athletes involved.
Tyson’s confession has also raised concerns about the use of prosthetic penises to cheat on drug tests.

Some people have called for stricter measures to prevent athletes from using such devices, while others have suggested that athletes should be subjected to more rigorous testing to prevent cheating.

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