Iron Mike confessed that he wasted more than 500,000,000 dollars on women, luxury cars and other excesses. But… were they really worth it? Slide and know the details!
Mike Tyson became one of the great references of boxing. Kid Dynamite was one of the most feared and controversial men both inside and outside the ring. In addition, his sporting exploits led him to have an enviable fortune, and with it he gave himself the pleasure of enjoying himself to the fullest.
Iron Mike came to confess that he squandered more than 500,000,000 dollars on women, luxury cars and other excesses. An important sum that later ended up playing a trick on him, and led him to go bankrupt. Even if you don’t believe this abysmal figure that many want to have in their bank accounts and believe that they can never be exhausted, it is possible to spend it and in the most unusual ways possible.
This is something that happened to the legendary boxer, who was left penniless because of indulging in all these expensive treats. Nevertheless, beyond this unprecedented moment, Mike gave himself the pleasure of living unforgettable experiences and having one of the most extravagant car collections in history.
Much of the money he earned from boxing was invested in his infamous garage. Among the copies of it we can see several Rolls-Royce, Ferrari to Bugatti. However, the car that stole all eyes was his Lamborghini Diablo. One of the most striking cars in its collection with its striking yellow tone.
He bought this vehicle in 1996 after defeating Bruce Seldon in a game in Las Vegas. This car has a V12 engine and gives off a power of 604 CV. Currently, It is valued at around $650,000., in its most economical versions. A pleasure that personalities like Mike could give themselves without having to think twice and makes us wish we could make these engines roar.
As we can see, his passion for engines remains intact to this day. Although Mike Tyson no longer has copies of Lamborghini, his brand new Rolls-Royce shines on the road. A great fan of elegant models and who does not hesitate to invest a good million to enjoy these beauties of the automotive industry. Do you think these investments were worth it?