Charlie Sheen Promises 'Good Times' at Cleveland Show

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After a rocky start, he resumes his tour Tuesday night in Ohio: "I am here to honor it and its fans."

After bombing in Detroit and faring better in Chicago, Charlie Sheen resumes his Violent Torpedo of Truth/Defeat is Not An Option tour Tuesday night in Cleveland.

Tickets for the show at The State Theater are sold out, according to local reports.
What can fans expect?
“Just good times for all,” Sheen told a local reporter (watch video). “The reason it is called Defeat Is Not an Option is because in that building, nobody loses.”
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He says he plans to wear Tribe attire as well.
“If I don’t, I am a moron, right?” he asked the reporter. “This is where it all began. It’s an amazing city, and I am here to honor it and its fans.”
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How much does he love Cleveland? “Well, I am still here. I came in two days ago, so I must really love it,” said Sheen, who performs in Columbus, Ohio, Wednesday.
On Monday, Sheen said he was still tinkering with aspects of his show. 
“There’s a couple of things here I’ve got to f---ing work out,” he told E! News. “I don’t know if I start the show alone and it turns into this [a Q&A format] or I just stay with this ‘cause it’s f---ing working and we’ll f---ing return to it if I don’t.”