The legendary 54-year-old boxer and Roy Jones Jr will face off in an exhibition next September 12 after years without officially getting into the ring.
One of the greatest legends in boxing history, Mike Tyson, will go back to get up to a quadrilateral officially to face Roy Jones Jr in an exhibition, something that makes the former boxer happy George Foreman.
In an interview for TMZ Sport, the former heavyweight world champion said, “There is a time when you have to worry about your health, but it is a beautiful thing that they even go out there and fight.”
On this same line, he added: “Perhaps they can name a charity to receive the funds. I think it is good to go out, but it must be something fun.”
Despite the fun, Foreman closed: “Boxing is not for playing. I would tell you that it is really dangerous. But when you decide to do something like that, you cannot tell them not to do it. They will not listen to that. Even me, a great Fool like me, in the past, I only saw what I wanted to see. “
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