Mike Tyson, Piers Morgan 'concerning' interview

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Mike Tyson Explains Bizarre 'Good Morning Britain' Interview, I Was Tired!

Mike Tyson gave an incoherent interview to Piers Morgan on Good Morning Britain, slurring his speech and dozing off.

On an endless promotional tour before returning to the ring, Tyson was incoherent and hard to watch as he mumbled his way through an interview with hosts Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid. "I tried to stay up late for interview but fell asleep and like a lion I'm hard to wake once sleep", the former "Baddest Man on the Planet" wrote in a tweet. "We could see you were a bit tired!"

Morgan responded to Tyson on Twitter, writing, "No problem, champ". "And I think I'm capable of doing that and that's what I wanna do". He also said he had no monitor, so he was unable to see Morgan or Reid. It was very late in LA. "It was very late in L.A. Appreciate this message as some viewers were concerned".

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Rather than pump the tires for their pay-per-view exhibition scheduled for November 28 in Los Angeles, Tyson had difficulty keeping his wits about him and at one point appeared to be asleep.

Morgan was beaten up by his British journalist Mike Graham for allowing the interview in the first place.

At one point, Tyson appeared to close his eyes and drop his head during the interview. When asked by Rogan on how many rounds the fight will go, the 51-year old Jones said he was made to agree to eight two-minute rounds instead of the three minute rounds that he originally wanted.

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But it appears Tyson has now put those anxious viewers at ease after issuing an official apology via Twitter explaining his reasons for looking (and sounding) so drowsy. "What on earth were the producers thinking?"

The 54-year-old boxing legend appeared on Britain's top morning show on Tuesday morning and put in a odd performance causing some to wonder if he was on drugs or had been drinking before the cameras lit up.

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