Jake Paul vs. Mike Tyson Fight Rescheduled For November 15

Photo: Instagram/Mike Tyson/Jake Paul

The much-talked-about fight between Jake Paul and Mike Tyson has been rescheduled for November 15. Initially set for July 20, the bout will still take place at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.

The postponement came after 57-year-old Tyson fell ill during a flight in May, requiring hospitalization. This incident also fueled rumors that the rematch between Katie Taylor and Amanda Serrano might be moved to Frankfurt, Germany.

Despite concerns about Tyson's health and the age difference between him and Paul, who is 30 years younger, the fight will now happen four months later than planned.

Photo: Instagram/Mike Tyson/Jake Paul

"New date, same place, same fate," Paul posted on social media.

Paul’s Most Valuable Promotions released a statement when the July 20 fight was canceled, explaining, “During a follow-up consultation on Thursday with medical professionals about his recent ulcer flare-up, the recommendation is for Mike Tyson to do minimal to light training over the next few weeks and then return to full training with no limitations.

"Both Mike and Jake agree it is only fair to ensure both athletes have equal training time to prepare for this important match and are able to compete at the highest level.”

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Source: Boxing Scene 


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