Fox Sports 1 (FS1) and boxing icon Mike Tyson (pictured) have just announced their upcoming cable series “Being.” It will feature the famed sports figure in an all-access way, pulling no punches when it comes to letting viewers see who the man behind the tribal facial tattoo really is. It will be shot documentary style. The Tyson segment will spearhead a slew of programs on the network. It is rumored to be an ESPN rival, according to Fox Sports.
Already being touted as a “not your typical 24-hour sports network,” the “Being” series, which is in production now, will spotlight Tyson as not only a boxing legend; it will show him as a family man, husband and dad who is trying to maintain the life that he has established in Nevada. The “Being” series comes on the heels of the autobiographical one-man Spike Lee-directed Broadway show that Tyson appeared in last year. The former heavyweight champ has also appeared in multiple movies and has done TV guest spots.
Even though 40 Glocc is currently suing rival Game for assault this past July, it looks like the G-Unit affiliate has no intentions of keeping the beef in the courtroom. Now, according to VladTV, rumors are circulating that 40 Glocc attacked and assaulted Game’s manager this weekend. According to reports, 40 Glocc assaulted Game’s manager Dontay “Taydoe” Kidd this past weekend in Las Vega, Nevada. While details on the incident are sketchy,VladTV managed to obtain a series of 40 Glocc’s Tweets that have since been deleted, in which Glocc boasts that he knocked out Kidd while he was eating pizza.
This recent development in Game in Game and 40 Glocc’s on-going feud comes fresh on the heels of 40 Glocc’s recent diss against the Jesus Piece rapper, “The Full Edit.” Neither Game nor his manager have responded to the claims of the assault.