One of the most eagerly anticipated returns to the ring in recent memory takes place on the 28th November, as Mike Tyson returns to the ring for the first time since 2006 as he takes on Roy Jones Jr. But, what do we know about the fight so far?
- When: Saturday 28th November
- Where: Dignity Health Sports Park, California
- How To Watch: Triller PPV
How To Watch Mike Tyson vs Roy Jones Jr
The biggest question that fans would have been asking as soon as the bout was made was how can they watch the fight. It was revealed that the fight will be aired exclusively live in the United States on Fite.tv and TysonOnTriller.com. However, the fight will not come cheap for those looking to watch the action, as it will cost $49.99.
As well as the fight, fans will be able to get all the build-up to the huge night of exhibition boxing with a huge ten-part documentary series that is focused on the rivalry between Tyson and Jones Jr. The documentary episodes will air before the night of the fight, which means that watching these will ensure that you have all the background knowledge before making a pick on the boxing betting markets for the fight.
Where To Stream Tyson vs Jones Jr?
Boxing fans may look to stream the action instead of paying the price of the PPV. Fite.tv will enable fans to stream the action from their phone to their television, but once again there will be a price to watch the action. If you’re looking for a free streaming option, then common sites that are popular with boxing fans include frontrowsports.com and VIProw.me.
Both sites are popular as they are a free way to watch the action. However, there will be pitfalls of watching the action through these streams, as the video will be delayed and the commentary may not be in English. For those looking to watch the best video and audio of the action in the ring, then the PPV price offers an unrivalled experience.
How Much Are Tickets For Tyson vs Jones Jr?
As soon as the bout was made official and the venue was revealed, fans immediately began to question whether they would be able to get tickets for the huge event. However, it was revealed soon after the announcement that the fight will be taking place behind closed doors due to the current safety measures in place for all the major sports due to the coronavirus. That means that the only way to watch the action is through the streaming options mentioned above.
Who Is On The Undercard?
Fans that are going to pay the price for the full event will be able to enjoy a decent looking undercard, which includes three other fights. The standout bout on the undercard will see YouTuber Jake Paul taking on NBA star Nate Robinson. These are the announced bouts that will take place on the undercard:
- Jake Paul vs Nate Robinson (Cruiserweight)
- Badou Jack vs Blake McKernan (Light Heavyweight)
- Viddal Riley vs Rashad Coulter (Cruiserweight)