Chael Sonnen Believes Mike Tyson Will Be On PEDs For Comeback Fight

Mike Tyson is completely ahead of his boxing match against Roy Jones Jr

Nothing will ever compare to Mike Tyson in his prime, although these latest images reveal a prospect that's nearly as terrifying: a motivated Tyson - the baddest man on the planet - armed with an imposing physique and wholly determined to make his comeback memorable.

Overpowering Jones Jr will be no easy feat, with the former four-division champion tallying 66 wins to just nine losses in his career. In a stunning blow to boxing fans the world over, The "Real Deal" added that Mike Tyson fighting Jones could rule out any trilogy fight between them.

Mike Tyson is set to fight Roy Jones Jr.

Tyson's dramatic transformation has in part been down to his preparations for his eagerly-anticipated return to the ring, which he last graced in 2005.

James recently connected with the Fight Hub tv to shed light on the Tyson vs Jones fight. But Roy Jones was probably the most athletic boxer of all-time, athletic champion of all time.

Triller will be streaming the fight alongside traditional PPV broadcasters and here in the UK BT Sport Box Office will be broadcasting the fight, which is expected to take place at around 4am GMT.

ESPN's Ariel Helwani was a bit more direct: "Bro".

Tyson has fully committed himself to his training camp routine ahead of the fight against Roy Jones Jr.

Although Tyson vs Jones Jr will be an exhibition match, the proceeds of which will go to charity, the pair don't intend to pull any punches.

Much of this shouldn't come as a surprise, given the significant progress he has made over the last several months to get back into shape. If the 54-year-old decides to fight again after this event, it will be hard to overlook Holyfield.

For Roy Jones Jr. he'll need to rely on his slickness, his quickness, and his ability to move around the ring and be unpredictable against the former heavyweight champion.



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