VAN SUSTEREN: Do you miss it?
TYSON: Periodically, not consistently. Every now and then I want to stroke my ego. I do it by myself.
VAN SUSTEREN: You watch old videos of yourself boxing?
VAN SUSTEREN: Never?
TYSON: No. Every now and then I watch myself training when I was young. I said I should have fought like I sparred. I was a better fighter in the gym than in the ring. I wish I fought like that because I looked better.
VAN SUSTEREN: No regrets, though?
TYSON: No, not about that. I want to be bitter with somebody, but that's not who I am. I think I should be, but it is not who I am. I want to be bitter. But it is not who I am.
VAN SUSTEREN: Why were you so good at boxing?
TYSON: I had a great teacher.
VAN SUSTEREN: Back to Cus.
TYSON: That's where it starts and that's where going to end. If I become 70-years-old, I had the greatest teacher. He was one of great trainer of all time. He's always been a great trainer. He needed the right fighter to teach what he to teach. That's what he needed.
VAN SUSTEREN: I've seen pictures of you as a pallbearer at his funeral. It is still rough, 25 years later?
TYSON: It is what it is, Greta. Maybe it wasn't -- I don't get ashamed no more. You think I can get embarrassed if I walk the streets butt naked?
VAN SUSTEREN: Why would you be embarrassed? Look, I recognize there have been problems in your life, those that you created yourself. But you've had enormous success.
TYSON: I think I'm crazy because I feel bad because sometimes I don't have shame. I believe I should have shame, but I don't have shame.
VAN SUSTEREN: But you have pride.
TYSON: I don't have no pride either.
VAN SUSTEREN: The number of times I've interviewed, I never think that Mike Tyson thinks, like, I really did it. I was great. I was a great boxer. I was at the top and I'm proud of myself. I never get that.
TYSON: No. My wife loves me because I'm not going to do everything wrong. I want those accolades now.
VAN SUSTEREN: You are getting those.
TYSON: I got a long way to go. I got to work on my kids some more. I want to cultivate. This is what I like now. All my family is becoming a unit again. All the kids like each other they have a relationship. We talk to each other on the phone, and that's what I like. That's what motivates me.