Hellraising boxer Mike Tyson is desperate to record a song with Irish boy band WESTLIFE - and has already been in touch with their manager Louis Walsh to make it happen. Tyson admits he is "no Pavarotti" but is happy to have his voice digitally enhanced if it means he can record with the YOU RAISE ME UP stars. And he is even volunteering to fill the space left by estranged member Brian McFadden if they accept him. Close pal and Irish boxing star JOE EGAN says, "He loves their music so much he wants to be part of it. "He's not a Pavarotti or Domingo - but neither are the members of Westlife. "Mike's asked me to make contact with Louis Walsh to set the wheels in motion. He'd be happy just to sing on the chorus of a track, but he could always replace Brian MCFadden." A spokesman for the band says, "This sounds really interesting. The band are all fans of Tyson."