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Mike Tyson A Totally Committed Vegan, Won't "Cheat" For Favorite Foods

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Earlier this year, Ecorazzi reported that Mike Tyson had gone vegan; 8 months later, we’re proud to say he’s still going strong.

In an interview with Details magazine, Tyson revealed, “It’s been eight months with this vegan stuff, but I get these explosions of energy. I don’t know how long they last, but they’re like explosions. So powerful.”

When asked if we would live the rest of his life without a candy bar, the fighter declared, “Maybe so. I’m pretty fucking extreme.”

“I ate, like, the tiniest piece of meat, and I woke up violently sick,” said Tyson. “It was vicious pain. I was throwing up. And I realized meat’s become a poison for me now.”

We’re excited to hear that Tyson’s committed to the cause, but, dude — you don’t have to say goodbye to candy bars! Check out Go Max Go — our all-time favorite vegan candy bar company. One bite and you’ll be hooked!

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