Mike Tyson's poetic stylings bring a touch of class to the Charlie Sheen roast


Two terms you wouldn't normally associate with each other are Mike Tyson and Celebrity Roaster. But at the "Comedy Central Roast of Charlie Sheen" the former heavyweight champ was just that. In a performance that was somewhere between commanding and confusing, Tyson riveted the audience with poetry mixed with extemporaneous rippings.Here are some of his highlights: Tyson started with a simple limerick targeting fellow dais member Jeffrey Ross ...There once was an old man named RossWhose jokes were covered with mossHis punchlines was mustyHis premise was dustyI wish he'd suck on a f****** exhaustThen Tyson began what he called with his tribute to a classic folk song ...I've been working on the railroadS*** but it's more than what Jon Lovitz's been doing these days, Get a f****** job.15 years without workin' man. 'Saturday Night Live' is not pumpin' brother. Get it together. Iron Mike honored the beat poets with this classic ...I've seen the best...



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