Mike Tyson changed his entire outlook on life after mourning the loss of his daughter Exodus in 2009. Tyson admitted to being in a very dark place, but changed his diet to help himself become a better person.
"I was insane. I had this rage -- but that's what made me a great fighter. I wanted people who got in the ring with me to think they were dealing with a savage. I wanted them to show me respect. I was a pig then. A pig," Tyson said. "After Exodus' death, I knew I needed to do something positive and not sit there full of anger."
Tyson found a brighter outlook on life when he turned to a vegan diet, cutting meat and alcohol out of his life.
"I stopped drinking and for six months I only ate tomato and basil soup and water. I lost over 100 pounds and I haven't eaten meat since," he said. "I don't want anything in me that's going to enrage me -- no processed food, no meat. It's much harder to be a good man than a great boxer. I needed to be a good man and a good father."
It's great to see that Tyson was able to find some positivity after such a tragic event.