Roy Jones Jr.: I'm ready to die against Mike Tyson

Ruben Hill
October 16, 2020

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The 51-year-old Jones is ending his two-year exile from boxing to take Tyson, who hasn't competed in a boxing ring in more than 15 years but despite "Iron" Mike's absence from the sport and his advancing years, Jones admits that he can not take the challenge of the 54-year-old Tyson lightly. Despite that absence, Jones wary of the threat his opponent poses. He added, "It ain't like I'm scared of Mike Tyson, it's just that I know that in six weeks he had no chance to deal with me".

"I love boxing, so if I've gotta die boxing I'm gonna die a happy man. There's other ways I'd rather go, but if I went that way I'm not mad at that". Tyson shared a promo video for the show on his Instagram account this week.

Rogan promptly agreed that the bout's exhibition status is unlikely to deter Tyson-or Jones-from chasing a knockout.

Jones (56-9, 7 KOs), who has won titles in the middleweight, super middleweight, light heavyweight, and heavyweight divisions, said that having shorter rounds would keep Tyson fresh in the later rounds of the fight, which he admitted was to his disadvantage. "He was the youngest heavyweight champ of all time".

"Nobody ever saw me going to heavyweight back then". He says that in order to defeat Tyson, he will need to work faster than he originally expected because of the time of the rounds.

If you had Joe Rogan somehow getting involved with the upcoming Roy Jones Jr. and Mike Tyson fight, you were probably correct, as one of the combatants took to his podcast to explain some issues he has.

Other reports by Click Lancashire

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