Mike Tyson Doubtful How Long He'd Be Able to Continue His Hotboxin' Podcast 

Mike Tyson began his podcasting journey on January 15, 2019 with his very popular show, "Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson." However, Tyson is reportedly doubtful about how much longer he can continue with the show. 

Columbian singer, J Balvin recently joined Mike Tyson and DJ Whoo Kid on the show as a guest, where they talked about several topics, one of which was being betrayed by friends.

J balvin joins Mike Tyson

Balvin talked about how being betrayed by someone you consider a friend is hurtful. He said humans cant be equated with products.

Balvin talked about being betrayed by a friend

At this point, Mike Tyson intervened and said he looked at himself as a product and called his abilities unremarkable. 

Mike Tyson looks at himself as a product

He said, "“…I don’t think I’m so special I didn’t really want this, um podcast, for me, I’ve been through and the mistakes I made. You think you might want to listen to me, and so people kind of like it, so I don’t know, if I’m really want to do this all my life or anything like that for a long duration of my time but since it’s working now it’s cool.“

"I don’t know, if I’m really want to do this all my life"

In its fifth season, "Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson" has achieved significant success with approximately 147 videos, sixty-seven million views, and nearing a million subscriptions, making it one of YouTube's most renowned shows. 

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