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As a boxing town, Las Vegas served as the site of some of the greatest triumphs of Mike Tyson's legendary career. That's part of why Tyson, now 55, has made Las Vegas his home. And that's also why Sin City has honored Tyson as a staple of their culture and community.

The former heavyweight champion was honored Thursday night with the unveiling of a new statue at Resorts World in Las Vegas. The statue stands at 10 feet tall and is situated outside of Mulberry Street Pizzeria.

Tyson, one of the most iconic boxers of all-time, reigned as the undisputed heavyweight champion of the world from 1987 to 1990.

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