Details regarding the Mike Tyson vs. Roy Jones Jr. televised coverage have been released ahead of their heavyweight battle next month.
According to World Boxing news, FITE the premier global platform for sports and entertainment, announced that it had acquired the exclusive US and Canadian digital rights.
It will carry the highly anticipated Tyson vs. Jones Pay Per View event on November 28th at 9 pm ET.
Secondly, as part of the deal, FITE’s battle-tested PPV platform is powering TysonOnTriller.com, the central hub for the event.
Fans can buy the digital event via FITE.TV, any of the FITE mobile/OTT/Smart TV platforms. Or directly from the TysonOnTriller.com website.
It will feature fight news, announcements, promotional videos, and coming soon. A digital portal buys the event.
This important boxing and pop-cultural event, featuring “Iron” Mike Tyson vs. Roy Jones Jr., is brought to you by Triller, the wildly popular digital app.
The entire 4-hour event, which will kick off at 8 pm ET with the live PPV Main card starting at 9 pm ET.
It will also feature an exciting undercard of compelling fights in addition to Tyson and Jones Jr.
Others include Badou Jack vs. Blake McKernan, Viddal Riley vs. Rashad Coulter and a YouTuber vs. Nate Robinson.
Host to be announced soon
The host will be Emmy-winner Mario Lopez. Details about the live countdown show and the special musical artists added to this multimedia event will be announced soon.
The fight is the first event of a series of live sporting events produced under Mike Tyson’s Legends Only League.
This is a next-generation sports venture that provides full support and infrastructure to the world’s greatest athletes.
FITE, an international company headquartered in New York, has streamed more than 3,500 events in the last five years.
These include major PPV events from Top Rank, PBC, AEW, UFC, WWE, Impact, GoldenBoy/HBO and Matchroom Boxing.