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Mike Tyson Will Call Your (Soon-to-Be) Ex Friend/Boyfriend/Girlfriend/Spouse for just $3.99

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Undisputed heavyweight boxing legend and longtime Phoenix-based celeb Mike Tyson was recently added to the CelebCalls database, which means for $3.99, you're about to leave someone an epic, high-pitched message.

Iron Mike's been seen at a few Phoenix gyms, he's been spotted at local professional sports games, and he's run into his fair share of trouble in the Valley -- and all over the country including traffic violations, dope charges, PETA troubles after signing on to participate in pigeon racing, bankruptcy, and legendary ear chomping during a fight with Evander Holyfield.

The boxer joins the audible ranks of CelebCall's lineup including Ben Roethlisberger, NFL Quarterback for the Pittsburgh Steelers, Ice-T, and Snoop Dogg.

And for less than what you'll likely pay for lunch, a pre-recorded message in Tyson's signature high-pitch voice will leave the following on whatever number you enter:

Happy dialing.

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