Joe Rogan talks “interesting” Mike Tyson vs Roy Jones Jr fight
This Saturday, November 28, Mike Tyson and Roy Jones Jr will fight – And UFC commentator and famed podcaster Joe Rogan recently weighed in on the bout.
The two boxing legends will face off in a special rules exhibition bout, overseen by the California State Athletic Commission. The fight will be stopped if either fighter is cut, and neither fighter will be permitted to go for a knockout. The bout has been called a glorified sparring session, though many have speculated as to if one fighter might bend the rules and drop his opponent.
“Man, it’s interesting, because some people are against it,” Joe Rogan said of Mike Tyson vs Roy Jones Jr on his podcast. “[They’re like] ‘I don’t want to see these guys fight. I don’t want to see these guys get hurt.’ But, listen, that has been their whole business.”
“Look at how good Roy [Jones] Jr.’s hands look,” Rogan said. “Look how f**king fast his hand are, man.”
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Despite poor marketing, Tyson vs Jones is a huge event that is expected to be seen by many fans all around the world. Though the special exhibition rules are restricting, both fighters possess legendary knockout power, and anything could happen.
See the full fight card for Mike Tyson vs Roy Jones Jr below!
- Eight rounds: Mike Tyson (50-6) vs. Roy Jones Jr. (66-9) – exhibition bout for the WBC “Frontline Battle” belt
- Six rounds: Jake Paul (1-0) vs. Nate Robinson (0-0) – cruiserweight
- Eight rounds: Badou Jack (22-3-3) vs. Blake McKernan (13-0) – light heavyweight
- Six rounds: Hasim Rahman Jr. (9-0) vs. Rashad Coulter (1-0) – cruiserweight
- Eight rounds: Jamaine Ortiz (13-0) vs. Nahir Albright (8-1) – for the WBC-USNBC silver belt in lightweight
- Eight rounds: Irvin Gonzalez Jr. (14-2) vs. Edward Vasquez (8-0) – for the WBC-USNBC featherweight title
- Eight rounds: Juiseppe Cusumano (18-3) vs. Nick Jones (9-3) – for the WBC-USNBC heavyweight title