“The IRS was very kind to me the other day. They excused $2million off my bill. I like the IRS now,” Mike Tyson said.
The former undisputed heavyweight champion has notoriously struggled with debt for years after declaring bankruptcy in 2003.
“All of sudden when I started making $20million a fight . . . and they started talking about things I had never heard of before so I just listened and figured they’d do the right thing,” Holyfield said according to The New York Post.
“Unfortunately, it’s not people you don’t know, it’s people you do know and people you trust. A lot of the time we trust our family members, but you have to forgive. Because I have forgiven,” he discussed with Evander Holyfield, who’d he had reunited with during a Tribeca Film Festival panel Saturday after biting a portion of his ear off in a 1997 fight.
“I had a 9th grade education. But my kids go to Ivy League schools. I’m dumb as s*** but I did something right… And I’m just very grateful. That’s the one thing I try to convey. Gratitude.”