American boxer Mike Tyson returns to the ring on Saturday for a fight against fellow Roy Jones Jr. at the Staples Center gym in Los Angeles.
Boxer “Iron Mike” is the youngest world heavyweight champion in history, and despite his being at the age of 54, his punches are still powerful.
Tyson’s preparations for the match in recent months have caused a sensation among fans.
“If he focused, he could fight on the belt soon, why not? Who said it was impossible?” Rafael Cordero, the current American boxer coach, told the TMZ website, which specializes in following up on celebrity news.
In addition, the awards of boxers Mike Tyson and Roy Jones were decided in their show fight on Saturday.
According to sports journalist Kevin Iol, Tyson will get $ 10 million, while Jones will get $ 3 million for the fight, noting that these amounts do not include the percentage of paid broadcast sales.
The two boxers confirmed that the fight would be a real fight, although the match may have an exhibition character as scheduled so that Tyson was offended when asked about this matter.
Tyson said of the fight, “I don’t know what you’re talking about, isn’t this a real fight?” While Jr. commented on the matter: “You have Tyson and Roy Jones Jr., and I’m going to fight. The Sports Committee has set limits, and they call it an exhibition match, but I want the audience to know that I’m not going to be disappointed.” Their hope. ”
— Mike Tyson (@MikeTyson) November 25, 2020
The two champions will fight the fight without a helmet, and the fight will consist of 8 rounds, each lasting two minutes, and there will be no official judges or a winner in the fight, although the World Boxing Council has called on many famous judges to issue their remote judgment.
Mike Tyson will return to the boxing ring after he officially retired in 2005, with 58 fights, including 50 wins, while Roy Jones’ last fight was in 2018, and he has 66 victories (including 47 by knockout), compared to 9 defeats.
It is reported that Tyson has reached the world boxing elite after many years of training, fighting, and sacrifice.
The American boxer at the age of 20 years, 4 months, and 22 days beat Trevor Berbick and won the World Heavyweight Championship, becoming the youngest player in the history of the game to win this title.