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This differs a little from the other stories but the significance is clear. Mike Tyson's four-year-old daughter, Exodus, was found back in May by her older brother Miguel.
She was tangled in a cord and dangling from an exercise treadmill. Her mother untangled her, administered CPR and called medical personnel. Exodus died the next day in a nearby Phoenix hospital.
Mike Tyson fought his way back from a very promising, yet very troubled career filled with controversy, drugs, alcohol, financial problems and violence.
Tyson's most infamous moment came in 1997, when he bit off a piece of Evander Holyfeld's ear and had his boxing license rescinded as a result.
Tyson would go through the next 11 years struggling with addiction problems, bankruptcy, being in and out of prison and receiving countless criticism for his actions. He would also regain his license in an effort to earn money to pay off all his debt, without much luck.
In 2009, all had seemed right for Tyson. He had announced that he was completely clean from drugs and had his life back in order.
He was close to marrying again and was on his way to being normal, in his eyes. Then came the unfortunate death of his daughter.
After much grieving and anguish, Tyson would go on to marry his girlfriend, Lakiha Spicer, in Las Vegas back in June.
Tyson's last fight was in June of 2005 when he embarrassingly had the fight against Kevin McBride stopped by his trainer, Jeff Fenech, due to exhaustion. Tyson ended his career with 50 wins and six losses.