Who shows / broadcasts Mike Tyson vs. Roy Jones Jr....

Who shows / broadcasts Mike Tyson vs. Roy Jones Jr....
Who shows / broadcasts Mike Tyson vs. Roy Jones Jr....

The great Mike Tyson celebrates his boxing comeback tonight against Roy Jones Jr. You can find out who is showing / broadcasting the event live here.

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Who shows / broadcasts Mike Tyson vs. Roy Jones Jr. live today?

The comeback of the former star boxers will not be shown on German free TV, Sky has secured the exclusive broadcast rights for the fight.

The pay-TV provider shows the fight exclusively as a pay-per-view event. Customers can purchase the fight including the entire Main Card for 20 euros. Sky it will start broadcasting on Sunday morning at 2.30 a.m. with the preliminary report, customers with a sports package can watch the first 30 minutes live before the main fights start at 3 a.m. Sky Sport 3 to start.

As a commentator, Wolff-Christoph Fuss accompanies the event, which is supported by the expertise of ex-boxer Axel Schulz.

There will be no livestream for the event.

Mike Tyson vs. Roy Jones Jr.: Die Fightcard

Maincard Fighter 1 Fighter 2 Weight class
Mike Tyson Roy Jones Jr. Heavyweight
Jake Paul Nate Robinson Cruiser weight
Badou Jack Blake McKernan Light heavyweight
Viddal Riley Rashad Coulter Cruiser weight
Prelims Fighter 1 Fighter 2 Weight class
Jamaine Ortiz Nahir Albright lightweight
Irvin Gonzalez Jr. Edward Vasquez Featherweight

Mike Tyson vs. Roy Jones Jr .: All information about the fight

The battle between the two legends will begin on the night of Saturday (November 28) to Sunday (November 29). The boxing event begins with the preliminary fights at midnight German time, with the start of the main card around 3 a.m.

In the fight, the show aspect will be in the foreground. “I want the world to see again how big I am,” Tyson had announced in advance, but the strict rules of the responsible Athletic Commission (CSAC) destroy a real fight. Eight rounds of two minutes each are scheduled, the boxers wear more padded gloves and a cut will probably be stopped immediately. Even a knockout seems to be a no-go.

Tyson versus Jones Jr. is part of a mega-event at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, which is also the home of the two NBA teams from LA (Lakers & Clippers). Musical entertainment is also provided, with DaBaby, Lil Wayne, French Montana, Wiz Khalifa and YG all scheduled to perform.

Mike Tyson: The most legendary fights of his career

After 37 wins in a row, Tyson suffered the first loss of his career on February 11, 1990 in Tokyo against James Douglas. It was the beginning of his descent.

date place opponent Result annotation
March 6, 1985 Plaza Convention Center, Albany Hector Mercedes Victory / TKO 1st round debut
22. November 1986 Hilton Hotel, Las Vegas Trevor Berbick Points victory (unanimous) / 12 rounds 1st world title
May 30, 1987 Hilton Hotel, Las Vegas Pinklon thomas Victory / TKO 6th round 1. Title defense
February 11, 1990 Tokyo Dome, Tokio James Douglas Loss / KO 10th round 1st defeat
9. November 1996 MGM Grand, Las Vegas Evander Holyfield Defeat / TKO 11th round
28. June 1997 MGM Grand, Las Vegas Evander Holyfield Loss / disqualification 3rd round
8. June 2002 The Pyramid, Memphis Lennox Lewis Loss / KO 8th round
11. June 2005 MCI Center, Washington Kevin McBride Loss / TKO 6th round Last fight (so far)

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