Mike Tyson: Blacks Must Stop Playing 'Evil' 'Knockout' Game, Act More Respectably
Former professional boxer Mike Tyson, who was one of the most vicious street fighters before he got into boxing, condemned the "knockout" game on Wednesday and said blacks needed to stop being involved with the "evil" game and "conduct ourselves" more respectably.
"Well listen, we got to stop being involved with the knockout game. We have to conduct ourselves as respectable African Americans," Tyson said on CNN's Piers Morgan Tonight.
As Breitbart News has extensively reported, the "knockout" game is played largely by black youths against male and female whites and Jews (there have been few instances in which blacks have attacked other blacks and whites have attacked other whites)--and the purpose of the game is to "knock out" an unsuspecting victim with a sucker punch, usually to the back of the head.
There have also been victims of Asian descent and some fatalities, and the game seems to be spreading in major cities like New York, Philadelphia, and Washington, D.C.
Tyson, who describes his brutal upbringing and life on the streets in his new autobiography, Undisputed Truth, said he was familiar with the "knockout" game and "it doesn't make any sense." He told Morgan the game has even spread to Great Britain.
"I don't think it's cool," Tyson said, specifically mentioning his disbelief that women are even being targeted.
When asked why he thought people were playing the deadly "knockout" game, Tyson said, "I have no idea. I don't have no idea. I just don't know."
"Maybe they're just evil, they're just some evil people," Tyson said.