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Mike Tyson's Strangeness Cracks Chelsea Handler Up On 'Chelsea Lately' (VIDEO)

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Mike Tyson is always memorable, and he was certainly in rare form during his Monday night appearance on "Chelsea Lately." But he wasn't the only one. Chelsea Handler seemed to be just as loopy as Tyson in a back-and-forth that had to be seen to be believed.

Highlights included Handler marveling over the size of Tyson's feet, grilling the boxer about using a fake penis during his drug test -- she needed to know what color it was -- and the pair of them bonding about living in New Jersey. "You’re a different kind of white person," Tyson told Handler. "Not like the rest of them. Different. Real different.”

Tyson did refuse to talk about getting conjugal visits in prison, and defended his tiger that allegedly attacked someone. "It was kind of obvious, but I just don’t think she did it," he insisted. The whole thing was so bizarre, Handler could barely contain her laughter at times. But Tyson was just being Tyson.

Tyson was on hand to promote his new memoir and one-man show of the same name, "Undisputed Truth." He'll be taking the show over to London -- where he reportedly wants to join the cast of "Downton Abbey." Seriously.

"Chelsea Lately" airs weeknights at 11 p.m. EST on E!

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