Former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson is Chicago-bound -- but he won't be setting foot inside any boxing rings.
The Chicago Sun-Times reports that Tyson's one-man stage show -- titled "Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth" -- will be in Chicago for three shows at Cadillac Place Theater, 151 W. Randolph St., Feb. 15-17 as part of a 10-week, 36-city national tour.
The show, directed by Spike Lee, has previously run on Broadway and opened in Las Vegas. The play was written by Kiki Tyson, Tyson's wife, and produced by James L. Nederlander.
"'Undisputed Truth' is my story - I'm giving my all. I’m proud to take the show nationwide, and it’s a privilege to continue working with The Nederlander Organization," Tyson said in a statement about the tour upcoming tour.
Pre-sale tickets to the show -- which run from $67 to $92 without fees -- are already available.