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Mike Tyson was known for many things but mostly two; knockouts and spending money.

Alongside the craziness, he did buy himself several authentic white Bengal tigers.

“The purchase of three white Bengal tigers Tyson owned for about a year was extravagant, to say the least, each tiger costing $70,000 to own, and an additional $200,000 in food. That’s over $1500 a day in tiger chow! Tyson also hired an animal trainer at the cost of $125,000 a year to take care of them whenever Tyson was in Las Vegas,” according to therichest.com.

Here’s a video of Tyson actually playing and wrestling with a live Bengal tiger. 

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