Former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson will make a return to the ring November 28 when he takes on Roy Jones Jr in a charity fight.
This was confirmed by the World Boxing Council in a statement who said the bout is sanctioned is sanctioned by the California State Athletic Commission involving thorough medical examinations.
Tyson 54 will fight to raise funds for charity to people struggling with drug addiction against.
WBC in a statement on their official website said both fighters will undergo anti-doping test.
“The WBC is honored to support their exhibition match scheduled for November 28 in which both will go into the ring with the admirable purpose of raising funds for charitable campaigns in the “Front Line Battle.
“This exhibition match is sanctioned by the California State Athletic Commission involving thorough medical examinations.
“With VADA performing the Clean Boxing Program out of competition anti-doping testing to both.
“The WBC has prepared a unique belt to commemorate this occasion. Each fighter will receive a belt due to recognition of their innovative efforts to bring entertainment to the world.
“It’s a great cause during these challenging and harsh times for humanity.”
In regards to scoring, “A fun innovation is also being organized for November 28th.
“The WBC Remote Scoring System will be used.
“We also have three legendary champions score the exhibition.
“They will judge via specific criteria, to provide additional entertainment to the fans from around the world.”
Also the judges for the fight was revealed to include ex-World Boxing Council champions Christy Martin, Vinny Pazienza, and Chad Dawson.
The fight will be scored, and the results of those scores will be made public.
In regards to a belt, both fighters will take home a prize.