Mike Tyson vs. Roy Jones Jr. live on TV and...

Mike Tyson vs. Roy Jones Jr. live on TV and...
Mike Tyson vs. Roy Jones Jr. live on TV and...

Tonight the time has come, Mike Tyson makes his long-awaited boxing comeback against Roy Jones Jr. We’ll show you where you can see the fight live on TV and live stream.

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Mike Tyson vs. Roy Jones Jr. live today; Date, time, start of the fight, venue

The fight between the two former professional boxers rises from today (November 28th) to Sunday (November 29th). The preliminary fights start at midnight, with the start of the Main Card around 3 a.m. German time.

The venue is the Staples Center in Los Angeles, which normally serves as the home of the two NBA teams from LA. The fight is part of a mega-event that will feature rappers DaBaby, Lil Wayne, French Montana, Wiz Khalifa and YG, among others.

Tyson says he wants to donate all of his earnings to charity, while Jones Jr. can look forward to his expected income of $ 10 million.

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. live on TV and livestream today

The fight cannot be seen on free TV on German television, Sky has secured the transmission rights for the event. The pay-TV broadcaster demands a pay-per-view price of 20 euros from its customers for the event on which Sky Sport 3 is transmitted.

Sky is on the air from 2.30 a.m. live with the preliminary coverage, customers with a booked sports package can watch the 30 minutes for free before the exclusive broadcast begins at 3 a.m. from LA.

A live stream of the event via Sky Go or Sky Ticket there will NOT be.

Mike Tyson: His Most Legendary Fights

One of the greatest boxers of all time, 54-year-old Mike Tyson won the first 37 fights of his career before his first loss on February 11, 1990, began his relegation.

In 1992 he was found guilty of raping a woman and sentenced to six years in prison, three of which he served before attempting to recover his world title against Evander Holyfield. On June 28, 1997, however, he had no chance. The battle culminated in the iconic scene in which Tyson bit off a piece of Holyfield’s ear.

Although Tyson and Jones Jr. were both active at the same time, they never fought against each other. That was mainly due to the fact that Jones Jr. was in different weight classes than Tyson.

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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