Former World Champion Mike Tyson to Face Jake Paul in Exhibition Boxing Match

Mike Tyson vs Jake Paul: An Unofficial Fight for the Ages

In an unexpected turn of events, former world champion Mike Tyson has announced that his upcoming boxing match against YouTuber Jake Paul will not be an official fight, but rather an exhibition bout. Despite this, Tyson clarified that the fight will still be a true battle between the two competitors.

This highly anticipated contest will take place at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, just three weeks after Tyson’s 58th birthday. In contrast to Paul’s recent success in his 10th professional fight against Ryan Bourland, Tyson last competed professionally in 2005.

The rules for exhibition bouts have been outlined by the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation. These rules include the use of larger gloves, two-minute rounds, and no official winner being declared. However, Tyson expressed his readiness to face Paul in the ring and believes that the YouTuber has evolved beyond his initial online fame.

The upcoming exhibition bout between Tyson and Paul has generated significant interest among fans and boxing enthusiasts alike. The event will be broadcast live on Netflix, with a countdown to July 20 beginning soon. While this match may not count towards the fighters’ professional records due to its exhibition status, it promises to be an exciting showdown between a seasoned veteran and a rising star in the ring.

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