Mike Tyson comeback fight with Roy Jones Jr delayed until November

Ross Houston
August 14, 2020

Roy Jones Jr. has officially been moved to November 28 - with another former world champ fighting on the undercard, 360aproko Sports has learned. Jack will also donate his earnings to The Badou Jack Foundation.

In a statement, promotional company Triller said the fight in Los Angeles would now take place on November 28 to coincide with the Thanksgiving holiday weekend.

Mike Tyson's return against Roy Jones Jr has been postponed.

TMZ claims the victor of the eight-round battle will receive a special belt.

Legendary heavyweight Tyson, 54, will square off against Jones Jr, 51, on November 28.

In addition, according to TMZ there will be ringside judges scoring Tyson vs Jones bout.

Tyson, who will weigh three stone more than his opponent, explained: "Changing the date to November 28 will give more people the opportunity to see the biggest comeback in boxing history".

The Tyson vs. Jones demo fight airs on Triller, which will be the first sporting event presented by the streaming platform live on pay-per-view. "He better be ready, I'm coming full force". The undercard is expected to be feature notable athletes and celebrities, including Youtube star Jake Paul.

He told TMZ: "If the opportunity comes, I'm always looking for it".

Badou Jack vs. Blake McKernan and Viddal Riley vs. Rashad Coulter have been added to YouTuber Jake Paul being slated to box former National Basketball Association guard Nate Robinson.

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