Mike Tyson, the previous world heavyweight champion who resigned in 2005, will make a rebound at age 54, boxing Roy Jones Jr. on November 28 in Los Angeles.
On his Legends Only League site, Tyson reported the eight-round presentation session against Jones, a 51-year-old boxer who quickly held the heavyweight title and has battled reliably into his 50s.
"It's simply going to be stunning," Tyson said on a video approach ESPN.
Tyson disregarded any thought of threat for genuine injury for himself or Jones, saying that California rules will require the two of them wear headgear for the fight.
"We're both achieved boxers," Tyson said. "We realize how to secure ourselves. We'll be okay."
Tyson completed 50-6 with 44 knockouts while Jones, who last battled in February 2018, is 66-9 with 47 knockouts.
Tyson pledged it would be serious instead of to look good — "we're demonstrating our aptitudes and fighting" — and said he needs to recover the fearsome structure he once showed.
"It's 100% of it seeming to be Mike Tyson in the ring," Tyson said. "I have one speed — forward."
In a fight for the matured, Tyson said he needs to show more seasoned can even now mean energizing in the games domain.
"This is on the grounds that I can do it and I accept others accept they can do it," Tyson said. "We aren't done for. Someone says over-age is done for however they have a greater fan base than the folks who are preparing now."
Tyson imagines senior legislators occasions of blended combative techniques and NBA distinction, referencing such previous NBA stars as Dennis Rodman and Allen Iverson.
Tyson turned into the most youthful heavyweight champion in history at 20 years and four months when he halted Trevor Berbick in the second round in 1986 to win the World Boxing Council crown.
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Inside a year, Tyson was the undisputed boss and overwhelmed the division, acquiring his moniker as "The Baddest Man on the Planet" and going 37-0.
However, in February 1990 at Tokyo, Tyson endured a tenth round knockout because of James "Buster" Douglas in a staggering bombshell.
He was captured for assault in 1991 and indicted in 1992, serving three years in jail before his 1995 delivery and re-visitation of the ring.
Tyson recovered the title however lost twice to Evander Holyfield, precluded the second an ideal opportunity for gnawing his opponent's ear, winning a suspension that kept him sidelined for year and a half.
He had one final possibility at the heavyweight crown, losing to Britain's Lennox Lewis in 2002, and resigned after six rounds against Kevin McBride in 2005 in his last fight, days short of his 39th birthday celebration.
"I've experienced a few encounters and now I'm back here," Tyson said.
"I've dealt with my body."
Jones has done a lot of the equivalent since winning his first middleweight title in 1993 and moved through the super middleweight and light heavyweight positions at 49-1 preceding dropping three fights in succession in 2004-2005.
His title run incorporated a 2003 triumph over John Ruiz for the World Boxing Association heavyweight title, a crown he never protected rejoining the light heavyweight positions.
Jones battled in any event once per year into 2018 however has invested more energy as a pundit than contender lately.