Boxing legends Mike Tyson and Roy Jones Jr. will meet in an exhibition fight Saturday night at Staples Center in Los Angeles.
Tyson, 54, retired in 2005 after losing to Kevin McBride. Jones, 51, continued to fight past his prime, with his last appearance coming on Feb. 8, 2018, which resulted in a unanimous-decision victory over journeyman Scott Sigmon. Jones hasn't had a significant win since defeating Jeff Lacy in 2009.
The fight is scheduled for eight two-minute rounds, with no headgear and the fighters wearing 12-ounce gloves instead of 10-ounce gloves. The referee will be Ray Corona. No fans will be allowed inside the arena.
Andy Foster, executive officer of the California State Athletic Commission, has said there won't be official judges or official scorecards, and because of that, no winner will be announced. However, the WBC will have some remote judges and will award a belt to whomever they announce as the winner.
Where can I watch the Tyson-Jones fight card on Saturday
The full Tyson-Jones fight card will be broadcast in the U.S. on pay-per-view starting at 8 p.m. ET, with the main card starting at 9 p.m. ET. The pay-per-view will be carried by all major cable and satellite providers for a price of $49.99.
How do I stream the fight?
The fight will also be streamed in the U.S. on www.TysonOnTriller.com, starting at 8 p.m. ET.
The full card:
Mike Tyson vs. Roy Jones Jr., eight rounds exhibition, heavyweights
Jake Paul vs. Nate Robinson, six rounds, light heavyweights
Badou Jack vs. Blake McKernan, eight rounds, light heavyweights
Viddal Riley vs. Rashad Coulter, four rounds, cruiserweights
Jamaine Ortiz vs. Sulaiman Segawa, eight rounds, lightweights
Irvin Gonzalez vs. Edward Vasquez, eight rounds, featherweights
Joe Cusumano vs. Gregory Corbin, eight rounds, heavyweights