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Boxing / Tyson Release #605181

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Mar 25, 1995
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Plainfield, IN: Rick Davis) The release of boxer Mike Tyson from prison after serving three years on a rape conviction featured; scenes shown of Tyson leaving prison while his possible conversion to Islam is explained. [Islamic scholar Muhammed SADDEEQ, Nobel laureate Maya ANGELOU - talk about Tyson's new religion.]

(New York: Jon Frankel) Tyson's past and future in boxing reviewed; scenes shown. ["Boxing Illustrated" magazine Bert SUGAR, author Joyce Carol OATES, former champ Floyd PATTERSON, in Brooklyn, New York, two PEOPLE - talk about Tyson.]

Reporter(s):
Davis, Rick;
Frankel, Jon;
Williams, Brian
Duration:
00:04:40

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