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LAS VEGAS -- The five kids are growing, the eldest is 15, and Mike Tyson, who said he wouldn't mind having maybe 10 children, seems to finally realize that the sins of the father are going to be tough on the heirs.
For the moment, Tyson doesn't have a lot to leave his kids except his reputation. It is not a rich inheritance. The millions are gone, but the burden can not be measured at $38 million of debt.
He was sitting in the women's room of the Central Boxing Club, still in his trunks, toweling the sweat from his shaved brow. There are furrows now on his face to remind you that this is no longer the 20-year-old wunderkind who became the youngest heavyweight champion in history.