How to watch MIKE TYSON vs ROY JONES JNR in Australia

  • How to watch MIKE TYSON vs ROY JONES JNR in Australia

How to watch MIKE TYSON vs ROY JONES JNR in Australia

One of Britain's top promoters said Mike Tyson vs. Roy Jones Jr.'s upcoming exhibition is "sad" because "boxing is a young man's game".

The 54-year-old's previously chubby exterior - which was the byproduct of him not training for fear of reigniting his ego - is now a thing of the past and has been replaced by a muscle-bound frame. The images speak for themselves, but it's quite obvious that Tyson is in some incredible shape heading into the fight.

The Holyfield trilogy would have arguably received more attention and publicity.

While Mike Tyson retired after his loss against Kevin McBride in 2005, Roy Jones continued his journey till 2018.

The last several months have seen a building buzz around Mike Tyson's comeback attempt.

Holyfield said, "And it's kind of muddy the waters. Because it doesn't matter because there won't be anything left in Mike." .

And while the event will be a stern exhibit, Iron Mike's physique is the real deal. For me, I have no interest in it, ' Warren, promoter to the likes of Tyson Fury and Daniel Dubois, said. "I have to be first not the second". However, fight fans are still excited about it.

Chael Sonne thinks Mike Tyson will be using PEDs for his comeback fight against Roy Jones Jr.

James recently connected with the Fight Hub tv to shed light on the Tyson vs Jones fight.

Though Holyfield may have been a more marketable opponent for Mike Tyson, the prospect of seeing the legend of the sport back in the ring is exciting. The 54-year-old has the physical appearance of being ready to fight for the first time in well over a decade.

The two legendary fighters were touted to face-off in 2003 and there was an offer of $40 million (£33 million) on the table for Jones but according to TalkSPORT, he declined as the figure wasn't big enough.