While the California State Athletic Commission has made it clear the planned Nov. 28 exhibition bout between Mike Tyson and Roy Jones Jr. will be fought under the rules that the two men will not look for a knockout and instead “exhibit their skills,” the fighters are continuing to talk as though they plan to go all out in the ring.
In August, Tyson told the Dan Patrick Show, “We’re throwing punches at each other. This is going to be my definition of fun … broken eye sockets, broken jaw, broken rib. That’s fun to me.”
Now, Jones, who spent his career at lower weights aside from a single world-title winning fight at heavyweight, is sharing the same sentiment, suggesting it was a dangerous decision to face Tyson, one of history’s best heavyweights.
“He’s still Mike Tyson, he’s still one of the strongest, most…