Mike Tyson, who had a draw with Roy Jones Jr. in an eight-round exhibition match, came into the boxing spotlight on Saturday.
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Evander Holyfield, who has twice fought Tyson in 1997, including the infamous ear-biting brawl, said he wanted to make it a trio.
“They tried to fight on my side and we got nothing but excuses,” Holyfield said Said in a press release on Monday. “Now I can see why he wants a tune-up fight before he thinks about fighting me.”
“Roy Jones is a good local rival for Mike. But the fight with me will be a global event and the only fight anyone wants to see is a fight between us. We can not say for sure why we should not do it. It’s a fight that must happen to our legacy. , So sign the deal and get in the ring, Tyson. The world is waiting and it’s up to you now. I’m ready. “
The 58-year-old Holyfield wants a third win over his opponent, TKO winning the first match and the second after Tyson was disqualified due to an ear incident.