Mike Tyson admits to using wife and baby’s urine to pass drug tests during his boxing career
Mike Tyson on Monday admitted to using his baby’s urine to pass a drug test during his boxing career.
The boxing icon, 54, said on Hotboxin’ with Mike Tyson that he used a prosthetic penis called the Whizzinator to fool testing officials ahead of his bouts.
‘It was awesome, man; I put my baby’s urine in it,’ said the former world heavyweight champion while chatting with UFC official Jeff Novitzky. ‘And sometimes, one time I was using my wife’s and my wife was like, “Baby you better not hope that it comes back pregnant or something.”
The latest: Mike Tyson, 54, on Monday on Hotboxin’ with Mike Tyson admitted to using his baby’s urine to pass a drug test during his boxing career
‘And I said, ‘Nah, so we ain’t gonna use you any more, we’re gonna use the kid.’ Cuz I got scared that the p*** might come back pregnant.’
The New York City native said he made adjustments as he ‘was afraid of’ the penalties if his ruse was uncovered.
Novitzky, who serves as the UFC’s vice president of athletic health and performance, recalled that one one occasion, ‘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.’
Tyson said the official who overlooked his drug test ‘was was so f***ing macho he was scared’ to gaze at parts of Tyson’s anatomy amid the test.
The boxing legend was seen in Atlantic City in March doing his one-man shot
Scheme: The boxing icon said that he used a prosthetic penis called the Whizzinator to fool testing officials ahead of his bouts
Getting ready: Tyson’s set to take on Roy Jones Jr. November 28 in an exhibition for his Legends Only League
‘He was like, “Hey man, take the f***ing cup. You know, this macho guy, he didn’t wanna look at me and s***.’
Tyson did not clarify which of his children or spouses were involved in his gambit.
Tyson has been married to Lakiha Spicer since 2009, and was previously wed to Monica Turner from 1997 to 2003, and Robin Givens from 1988 to 1989.
He’s set to take on Roy Jones Jr. November 28 in an exhibition for his Legends Only League.