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Redemption

Photograph By Jeff Atteberry/AP Images

Tyson looks at the ink on his hands after being fingerprinted in Indianapolis, March 1992; he received a sentence of six years in prison for rape and deviant conduct (he served three years).

Tyson says his play, "Undisputed Truth," is more about entertaining than seeking redemption: "If I was doing something to be redeemed, I would talk about ... One time, I feel really bad, I shot at these people. I almost shot my brother one time. Those are the things I would give up, if I was redeeming."