Mike Tyson hasn't lost his penchant for saying the outrageous.
In a television interview scheduled for broadcast Thursday, Tyson again denied he raped Desiree Washington in 1991 in an Indianapolis hotel room. But he said the burden of being labeled a convicted rapist makes him want to do it now.
"I just hate her guts. She put me in that state, where I don't know," Tyson said. "I really wish I did now. But now I really do want to rape her."
Tyson made the comments during a recent interview in Miami Beach with Greta Van Susteren, who was taking a look back at the circumstances of Tyson's 1992 trial that ended with him convicted of rape and sentenced to six years in prison.
He served three years of the sentence before being released on parole.
A call for comment to Tyson's adviser, Shelly Finkel, was not immediately returned.
The interview will be shown Thursday night (9 p.m. EDT) on "The Pulse" on the Fox network.