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One Night In Vegas: Mike Tyson & Tupac Shakur (Full Episode)


On the evening of Sept. 7, 1996, Mike Tyson, the WBC heavyweight champion, attempted to take Bruce Seldon’s WBA title at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. At this point in his career, Tyson’s fights had become somewhat of a cultural phenomenon, where the ever present hype of the professional boxing scene would come face to face with the worlds of big business, Hollywood, and hip hop. Sitting ringside was controversial rapper Tupac Shakur. Shakur and Tyson were friends, a feeling of kinship linked them as each rose to stardom from poverty only to be thrown in prison. Following Tyson’s victory, Shakur and “Iron Mike” were to celebrate at an after party, but the rap star never arrived. Shakur was brutally gunned down later that night, and the scene in Las Vegas quickly turned from would-be celebratory revelry to ill fated and inopportune tragedy. Director Reggie Bythewood, with the full cooperation of Mike Tyson, will tell not only the story of that infamous night but of the remarkable friendship between Tyson and Tupac.

9 Responses to “One Night In Vegas: Mike Tyson & Tupac Shakur (Full Episode)”

  1. junior Says:

    that n***a tupac is dead nd i dnt understand y u still keep talkin abt that fuckin big mouth…….BIG forever motherfuckers Brooklyn….yeah

  2. aa Says:

    f**k u and brooklyn nikka dats why he fucked his b***h

  3. Anonymous Says:

    F**k you junior you idiot. Go read a book then you will understand why so many pay homage to the man

  4. MATT Says:

    Yo some of you are fucked up man! Your representing what?? Who gives a f**k what you represent…Forget the rap thing or the celebrity thing, two men who are the sons of someone, one who was a father with 2 children are now gone! Its like what Big said I dont wish death on no one because there is no coming back from death! Rest in pEace to both Pac and Big ! I hope wherever you are you both found the truth and found a way to forgive and make peace. Maybe in our next lifetime we will all appreciate what you should still be giving to us now

  5. Anonymous Says:

    RIP Tupac, I’m all the way in Africa nd I relate to the pain you went through.

  6. lamanite Says:

    A lot of niggers are posting comments on this video. I find the lack of grammar and proper syntax to be amusing.

  7. Brenton Says:

    Rest in peace Tupac Shakur.

  8. A honest observor Says:

    Tupac was a misunderstood man, ignorant people like junior fill this world. and in a sense only see what they want to of something or someone even if it isn’t true “measure a man’s action throughout his life”
    Tupac was one of the true people in this world that fought for something. And when ever someone want to bring about change for the good they are often the most hated and unfortunately often killed.

  9. redhock Says:

    pac was and still z da man ………fck y’all brookln fckrz…

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