Mike Tyson, the boxing legend, believes he is nearing the end of his life.
On his “Hotboxin’ with Mike Tyson” podcast, the 56-year-old former heavyweight boxing champion interviewed therapist Sean McFarland, who specialises in trauma and addiction, and told him that he believes his “expiration date” is approaching.
“Of course, we’re all going to die one day,” Tyson said. “When I look in the mirror and see those little spots on my face, I think to myself, ‘Wow. That means my expiration date is approaching quickly.”
Tyson then stated that he does not believe that money provides the happiness and security that many people associate with it.
“Money means nothing to me,” Tyson said.
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“I always tell people, they think money will make them happy, they’ve never had money before, you can’t expect nobody to love you when you have a lot of money.” How am I supposed to confess my love to you when you have $500 billion?
“The delusion of security.” You believe nothing is possible.
“You don’t think the banks will fail.”
“When you have a lot of money, you believe you’re invincible, which isn’t true. That is why I always say that money provides a false sense of security.”