Mike Tyson took the boxing (and celebrity) world by storm in the latter half of the 1980's. Tyson's transcendent talents in brutishly flooring his opponents made him an attraction unlike any other in professional sport. He became the youngest undisputed heavyweight champion ever and ran his perfect record up to 37-and-0 in 1990. But Tyson's toughest opponent was his alternately mercurial and frightful personality that would come to define him more than all of his boxing exploits combined. This collection of New York Times articles follows Iron Mike through his championship apex through his slow-yet-staggering infamous fall from grace.