New York, June 9 : Mike Tyson, the former heavyweight champion, doubts his rage will ever be gone and admits that `every day is all about control'.
The 45-year-old retired professional boxer, who is a convicted rapist and has Mao's face tattooed on his right bicep, is now a changed man as he is a devoted husband and father of eight, and has been sober for over three years.
"It's about control," the New York Post quoted him as saying.
"Every day, it's about control. Although I don't think the rage will ever be gone, I do know that I don't want to get into trouble any more.
"I want my wife and children to respect me. I want to build a healthy, functional foundation for us and the kids," he said.
His family home appears to be healthy and functional. It seems odd to start a new life in Sin City, but rather than distance themselves from Tyson's squalid past, he and Kiki - his 35-year-old wife of three years - have chosen to embrace the former boxer's infamy. (ANI)