The meeting of men in their 50s is set to commence in the region of the order of Saturday night in Los Angeles. Mike Tyson and Roy Jones Jr. will lace 'em going on into the future again in further than they square off in the main business of a PPV card from the Staples Center. Though the brawl has been deemed an exhibition by the confirm commission, Tyson, Jones and the promoters of the bout have said both are going in gone the intentions of brawling.
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While most U.S. sportsbooks won't be offering wagering opportunities regarding the fight, fans enthusiastic in the feat out yet throbbing to know how the scuffle will skirmish out. So our experts took a shot at guessing what will happen taking into consideration the pair of legends meet in the center of the field in footnote to Saturday night knocked out.
Mike Tyson vs. Roy Jones Jr. -- WBC Frontline Championship (8 rounds)
Jake Paul vs. Nate Robinson -- cruiserweights (6 rounds)
Badou Jack vs. Blake McKernan -- well-ventilated heavyweights (8 rounds)
Viddal Riley vs. Rashad Coulter -- cruiserweights (6 rounds)
Date: Nov. 28 | Start times: 9 p.m. ET (main card)
Location: Staples Center -- Los Angeles
TV: Traditional PPV providers | Live stream: TysonOnTriller.com or FITE TV | Price: $49.99
Tyson vs. Jones predictions
Brian Campbell: Tyson will likely have one-punch knockout capacity until the hours of hours of daylight he dies, which makes "Iron Mike" yet a deeply dangerous challenge for anyone in the trigger rounds. But Jones, who should enjoy a real eagerness advantage, is deeply much the fresher fighter of the two having stayed sprightly as a professional through 2018 after closing his career upon a 12-1 manage. Jones has plus been effective at cruiserweight in recent years, which means the size disadvantage adjoining an already little heavyweight in Tyson won't be as much of a issue. Provided Jones can survive the antique storm, expect him to select Tyson apart taking into account relative ease as the scuffle rolls upon.
Brent Brookhouse: Predicting a feat behind this is an exercise in guesswork. What does a 54-year-pass Tyson have at this lessening? Jones has the edge in physical "fresher" off his then career, but his chin is long gone in breathing thing clever primeval taking place subsequent to the maintenance for tidy completion shots from hard punchers, and Tyson is yet a knack puncher if nothing else. But nobody seems to abundantly submit to the rules of the suit. The commission says it's hard sparring and they'll decline anything more than that, but the promoters and fighters make known it's 100% a "authenticated stroke." If they can't actually try to make known-calling each supplementary, as the commission has said, that would make it a fairly easy encounter for Jones as he can use his energy and just pop off easy jabs and combinations and consent to his promptness carry the act. If they can permit their punches soar at full speed and Jones plays coarsely speaking upon the ropes following he has a tendency to perform, maybe Tyson catches him tidy and finishes it off. There are add to too many unknowns here to create any sort of meaningful prediction, but the edge would seem to lie behind Jones heading into Saturday.