- Mike Tyson and Roy Jones Jr are ready to light up the boxing rings next month
- Both retired boxers will come out of retirement to face-off in an exhibition bout
- Jones insists he is ready to give his all against the 54-year-old
Roy Jones Jr and Mike Tyson are ready to face-off in the rings in an eight-round exhibition fight next month.
The 51-year-old who has not stepped into the rings for over two years now reveals he will give his all in the fight.
Tyson last tasted action in 2005 when he officially hung his gloves after a couple of defeats, but he returned to the gym earlier this year and has been training for the encounter. Jones told Joe Rogan on his podcast.
"You get hit by Mike Tyson, anything can happen to you. Mike Tyson is not just an ordinary puncher.
"I love boxing, so if I've gotta die boxing I'm gonna die a happy man. There are other ways I'd rather go, but if I went that way I'm not mad at that."
Jones has also been training heavily with Brit's Chris Eubank Jr ahead of the fight on November 28. In a promotional clip released earlier this week, Eubank praised Jones Jr's incredible mentality:
"It's a crazy atmosphere, but crazy is what breeds excellence in this sport. And that's what Roy is, he's no ordinary trainer, and he is the best trainer I've ever had."
Former IBF super-lightweight champion Zab Judah also features and credits Jones Jr then helping him become a 'champion'.
Legit.ng earlier reported that former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson is in fine form ahead of his exhibition fight against Roy Jones Jr on November 28.
The 54-year-old will come out of retirement for the first time since he retired in 2005 to face Jones in an eight-round non-competitive bout.
Since confirming his return to the rings, Tyson has been training hard to reach a stunning body structure before the date of the fight.
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