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Saturday, 15 December 2012

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Muhammad Alison

After reports from African media outlets that former undisputed Heavyweight Champion of the World Mike Tyson had undergone a sex change operation to become a woman the former bruiser has undergone a further operation reversing the first operation and is now back to being a man.

This was confirmed after Tyson was seen taking a leak during the interval between the 3rd and 4th rounds of the recent Juan Manuel Marquez - Manny Pacquiao bout in Las Vegas.

Tyson had the reverse operation after news of the original operation spread like wildfire across the internet, and despite claims from a British online spoof publication, who alleged they made up the operation as a "laugh" and that Tyson was never a woman, the reverse operation, and the fact that Tyson is once again a man, prove, beyond any doubt, that he did have a sex change operation and then another one, changing him back.

Former champion Lennox Lewis said "For Tyson to deny the original operation is just ludicrous, and for him to pay a spoof website to have them claim they made up the whole thing is just nuts. It is quite clear what has occurred here - he has simply reversed the operation to make it look like nothing happened, does he think we are all stupid?"

Those words were echoed by former opponent Buster Douglas who added "Look, I saw him in Vegas, he is definitely a man again, which coincides entirely with Lennox Lewis' version of events, basically Tyson became a woman, then changed back again. You do not need a degree or be Detective Columbus to work it out!"

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