'He is going to kill me' – Bobby Brown reveals real reason Mike Tyson lost unbeaten tag to Buster Douglas in 1990

BOBBY BROWN confessed he was the reason Mike Tyson suffered his first ever boxing loss as they were up partying with 24 women for TWO days.

The singer, 53, revealed how he played a part in the downfall of the undefeated champion when he lost his heavyweight belt to Buster Douglas in 1990.

Brown, who has spoken about his hard drug and booze addictions, said the pair partied "really really hard" with over twenty women at the Tokyo clubs and his hotel suite right before the fight.

In an interview for an A and E documentary, Brown revealed: "We used to do crazy sh**.

"Me and Mike Tyson are friends to this day, but there was a time when we partied in Japan right before his fight with Buster Douglas.

"We partied like really, really, really hard.

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"There must have been two dozen girls in the room with me and Mike…we partied.

"And I was trying to tell him to get some sleep."

Douglas scored an emphatic tenth round KO of Tyson, resulting in Iron Mike's first career defeat.

Brown joked: "Eventually he got some sleep [in the ring]!

"Do not put that part in there please, he is going to kill me."

It would take Tyson six years to win another heavyweight world title, beating Frank Bruno to take the WBC crown in 1996.

Iron Mike recently returned to the ring for an exhibition fight with Roy Jones Jr – and has been linked with a lucrative Jake Paul battle.

But pals of the YouTube star reckon the fight won't happen because the pair are "good friends".

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Paul's former sparring partner Anthony Taylor said: "I really don’t see Jake Paul and Mike Tyson fighting just because they’re very good friends.

"They have too much mutual respect between them to be involved in having a fight.

“Maybe I’m missing something, maybe they are going to fight, but I just don’t really see Mike going in there any time soon with Jake, I would be surprised."

Tyson has also broken his silence on a recent mile-high melee and insisted he shouldn't "even be taking public planes".

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