Discussion in 'Boxing Discussion' started by JohnMangala, Jul 23, 2020.
What other heavyweight is going to fight after Tyson?
idk bring foreman back for a third time see how he fares at this age lol
Wolf tickets, this gonna be like square dancing, novelty fights are payola these days.
Saturday, September 12, 2020
Mike Tyson vs Roy Jones Jr.
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Mike Tyson (50-6, 44 KOs) vs Roy Jones Jr. (66-9, 47 KOs)
Heavyweight Exhibition Fight
Now that I think about it, I am still pretty sure Badou Jack and Viddal Riley will be on the card. But I don't think they will face someone like King Mo and Chuck Liddell. I think Badou would be the co-main and I think Viddall will face Rashad. That is my final answer. If I were going to nnounce it, I would do it in the next 24 to 48 hours. Just a guess
$50 for the ppv.....heads up
I've seen a number of casual fans ready to jump on this because they really think 88 Tyson is coming to this fight.
I mean good for those two getting paid but people are gonna be mad and I can't wait to see it
I can't be the only one who thinks this is all just hype to sell PPVs and we're actually just gonna see a pretty controlled exhibition fight?
I see so many people saying "It's Mike Tyson, he doesn't know how to do anything other than try to take your head off". Did you see his last exhibition fight?
Who does the winner of this fight face next, Danny Bonaduce, Mickey Rourke, Mario Lopez, or Logan Paul..?
Come to think of it— I think I’d pay 80 bucks to watch Tyson cave Logan Paul’s face in. But besides that I don’t see the point in any of this
who was it against? i saw the sanders exhibition, mike looked good. I don't think roy could even handle that version of mike. in fact, if mike lands anything it could hurt roy, i have no faith in roy's ability to take a shot.
your argument would make sense if Tyson was still fat and hadnt spent 1-2 years getting in shape for this
I think Jones can take this.
So the reason the rest of the card has not been made official yet is that a "real boxer" is not happy, considering his stature, not being the co-main. Jake Paul and Nate Robinson are, of course. but it should all be ironed out over the next day or two
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