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

Unconventional Bout: Mike Tyson vs. Jake Paul: A True Battle without a Winner Declaration

Mike Tyson, the former world champion, has announced that his upcoming boxing match against YouTuber Jake Paul will be an exhibition bout and not an official fight. Tyson, who last competed professionally in 2005, will face Paul in Texas just three weeks after his 58th birthday. In contrast, Paul, who is only 27 years old, recently won his 10th professional fight against Ryan Bourland.

Despite being labeled an exhibition, the fight between Tyson and Paul will not follow traditional exhibition rules. Instead, it will be a true battle between the two competitors. The highly anticipated contest between Tyson and Paul will be broadcast live on Netflix at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, home to the Dallas Cowboys. The 80,000-seater stadium will host the fight, which will not count towards the fighters’ professional records due to its exhibition status.

The Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation outlined the rules for exhibition bouts, including the use of larger gloves and two-minute rounds. However, there will be no official winner declared for this event. Tyson had an exhibition fight against Roy Jones Jr., and expressed his readiness to face Paul in the ring. Despite Paul’s success in previous boxing matches, Tyson remains confident in his abilities to outperform his opponent come fight night.

The upcoming exhibition bout between Tyson and Paul has generated significant interest among fans and boxing enthusiasts alike. As both fighters prepare to showcase their skills on a new platform, the buzz surrounding the event continues to grow as the countdown to July 20 begins.

In conclusion, Mike Tyson’s upcoming boxing match against YouTuber Jake Paul is set to take place at AT&T Stadium in Arlington on July 20th as an exhibition bout rather than an official fight. Despite being labeled an exhibition bout with no official winner declaration by Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation; both fighters are determined to give their all during this exciting showdown between a seasoned veteran and a rising star in the ring.

Fans can tune into Netflix to witness this highly anticipated contest that promises to deliver quality entertainment and excitement for all those who watch it live from AT&T Stadium’s massive crowd of over 80 thousand spectators or from around the world through streaming services like Netflix!

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