Mike Tyson has reportedly signed a deal to create his own record company. The former heavyweight champion, who is serving a one-year jail sentence for assaulting two motorists, signed the agreement with Def Jam records (home to such rappers as Jay-Z, DMX and Foxy Brown), reports New York’s Daily News. Tyson Records, which will feature rap and rhythm-and-blues music, has already signed two singers — a 16-year-old pop singer named Doni and an 18-year-old named Centrell, the News says.

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