Mike Tyson : biography
Alan Dershowitz filed an appeal on Tyson’s behalf alleging that the victim had a history of at least one false accusation of rape and that the judge had blocked testimony from witnesses who would have contradicted Washington. The Indiana Court of Appeals ruled against Tyson in a 2–1 vote.
On March 26, he was sentenced to six years in prison followed by four years on probation. He was assigned to the Indiana Youth Center (now the Plainfield Correctional Facility) in April 1992,"." Orlando Sentinel. April 16, 1992. Retrieved August 27, 2010. and he was released in March 1995 after serving three years.Berkow, Ira (1995), "BOXING; After Three Years in Prison, Tyson Gains His Freedom", The New York Times, Sports Desk, Late Edition – Final, Section 8, Page 1, Column 2, March 26, 1995. During his incarceration, Tyson converted to Islam.
|1991|Jun|28}}||Mike Tyson vs. Donovan Ruddock II||The Rematch||1,250,000||HBO|
|1995|Aug|19}}||Mike Tyson vs. Peter Mcneeley||He’s Back||1,550,000||HBO|
|1996|Mar|16}}||Mike Tyson vs. Frank Bruno||The Championship:Part I||1,370,000||HBO|
|1996|Sep|7}}||Mike Tyson vs. Bruce Seldon||The Championship:Part II||last=Emen |first=Jake |url=http://sports.yahoo.com/mma/news?slug=ac-7170256 |title=Biggest boxing PPVs of all time – UFC |publisher=Sports.yahoo.com |date=2011-10-30 |accessdate=2011-11-03}}||HBO|
|1996|Nov|9}}||Mike Tyson vs. Evander Holyfield I||Finally||1,590,000||Showtime|
|1997|Jun|28}}||Mike Tyson vs. Evander Holyfield II||The Sound and the Fury||1,990,000||Showtime|
|1999|Jan|16}}||Mike Tyson vs. Francois Botha||Tyson-Botha||750,000||Showtime|
|2000|Oct|20}}||Mike Tyson vs. Andrew Golota||Showdown in Motown||450,000||Showtime|
|2002|June|8}}||Mike Tyson vs. Lennox Lewis||Is On||1,800,000||HBO|