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- Boxing legends Mike Tyson and Roy Jones Jr. will fight in an exhibition match in Los Angeles on November 28.
- Tyson, now 54, last fought in 2006 and has a career record of 50-6 (44 knockouts) while Jones Jr., 51, retired in 2018 with a record of 66-9 (47 knockouts).
- YouTuber Jake Paul will fight retired NBA player Nate Robinson in an undercard match — it will be Paul’s second professional fight and Robinson’s first.
- Tyson vs Jones Jr. is a $50 pay-per-view event that can be purchased though your cable provider or streamed live via Fite.TV.
Mike Tyson and Roy Jones Jr., two of the boxing world’s living legends, will meet in the ring for an eight-round exhibition match in Los Angeles on November 28. The fight will stream live through Fite TV and cable pay-per-view providers for $49.99, with the main card starting at 9 p.m. ET.
The fight between Tyson, 54, and Jones Jr., 51, was originally planned for September 12, but was rescheduled to be held in the Staples Center arena in Los Angeles. Fans won’t be in attendance for the event, but the fight card features seven fights, including a bout between YouTube Jake Paul and former NBA player Nate Robinson.
Tyson hasn’t fought since 2006, when he participated in a four-round exhibition match in Ohio against Corey Sanders. Tyson’s professional record is 50-6 with 44 KOs — he is best remembered for starting his career 37-0, with his tremendous power delivering 12 first round knockouts in his first 19 fights.
Roy Jones Jr. has a career record of 66-9 with 47 KOs; his last fight was a 2018 decision win over cruiserweight Scott Sigmon. Jones Jr. was one of the most decorated fighters of the 1990s and won championships in five different weight classes over the course of his career. The Boxing Writers Association of America named Jones Jr. the best fighter of the 1990s.
How to watch Mike Tyson vs. Roy Jones Jr.
Tyson vs. Jones Jr. is a pay-per-view event, so whether you’re watching on cable or streaming, you’ll have to pay the $49.99 viewing fee. The fight can be purchased on FiteTV or through your cable provider.
The main card will start at 9 p.m. ET with three matches scheduled before Tyson and Jones Jr. meet in the ring.
Fight commentary will be provided by boxing legend Sugar Ray Leonard, UFC middleweight champion Israel Adesanya, and Al Bernstein of Showtime Championship Boxing. Spanish commentary will also be available live, and you’ll be able to rewind the fight and watch the replay anytime through February 28, 2021.
Here’s the fight card for Tyson vs Jones Jr.
- Juiseppe Cusumano vs. Greg Corbin
- Irvin Jonzalez Jr. vs. Edward Vasquez
- Jamaine Ortiz vs. Sulaiman Segawa
- Hasim Rahman Jr vs. Rashad Coulter
- Badou Jack vs. Blake McKernan
- Jake Paul vs. Nate Robinson
- Mike Tyson vs. Roy Jones Jr
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