Maybe it's the irony(?) of the title that makes this such an interesting document. Maybe it's something else. Maybe it's the honesty about it being a construction. Maybe it's what it tells us about stardom. Maybe something else. I honestly don't know. It doesn't feel like apologetics, most of the time. Tyson is the way he is. Telling his version isn't supposed to make him look better, nicer. Or is it? I don't know.
Couldn't get beyond the first seven minutes. I love Tyson when he's sincere, but he's worthless when reciting a monologue. His delivery is awkward and ill-paced. The dubbed audience is too heavy-handed of a gesture pushes the whole thing into insufferable sitcom territory.
In my opinion he is just telling it how it is! In his confident prime the greatest heavy weight boxer to ever live in my opinion. When the layers are peeled back he is a passionate human being who people loved and respected. Because of good people behind him he made history, unfortunately his life unraveled after the death of his trainer and eventually He lost his cool, his passion and the fight. Sad,Honest,brutal.