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Boxing Jake Paul face to Mike Tyson on July 20, 2024 in AT&T Stadium

A professional boxing bout between YouTuber-turned-boxer Jake Paul and former undisputed heavyweight world champion Mike Tyson is scheduled for this coming weekend. The fight is slated to happen at Arlington, Texas’ AT&T Stadium on July 20, 2024. Netflix will stream the event live all around the world.

According to a story published on November 3, 2023, Netflix was thinking of airing a boxing bout featuring Jake Paul.

The partnership between Netflix and Most Valuable Promotions was announced on March 7, 2024. The event will feature Paul vs Tyson the former undisputed heavyweight world champion, on July 20 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.Netflix will be the exclusive global streaming service for the event.

Tyson stated on April 2 that the fight would be considered an exhibition match and would not be entered into their official records. 18-ounce gloves and helmet had been rumoured, however Tyson explained in an interview Boxing that these reports were “not true at all” and added, “This is called an exhibition, but if you look up exhibition, you will not see any of the laws that we’re fighting under.” This is combat.” Paul stated on April 10 that they will be requesting that the fight be recognised as a professional fight by the Texas Combative Sports Programme.

Boxing Jake Paul face to Mike Tyson

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The much anticipated rematch between Katie Taylor and Amanda Serrano for the lightweight belts of The Ring, WBA, WBC, IBF, and WBO was officially announced by Netflix on April 16.

The battle will be a sanctioned, professional fight, as verified by the Texas Department of Licencing and Regulations on April 29. There will be eight rounds of two minutes each, using 14-ounce gloves.

One of the fights on the undercard is a 10-round lightweight match between Ashton Sylve and Floyd Schofield. In the six-round Boxing cruiserweight match, Darren Till and Julio César Chávez Jr. are expected to square off.

There is a long queue of boxing enthusiasts eager to acquire tickets for one of the biggest bouts of 2024: the bout between Mike Tyson and Jake Paul.
On July 20, Tyson, 58, will square off against Paul, 31, at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. Since this is a professional fight, Tyson will be eager to avoid suffering his first loss of the career.

Although the tickets go on sale in late May, Netflix reports that over 121,000 people have already registered for pre-sale access, Boxing and an additional 10,000 people are interested in VIP seats (MVP).

If one want to experience the ultimate luxury in Texas and be close to the action, they may buy a $2 million ticket that includes Boxing everything from backstage passes to lodging in a five-star hotel.

In addition to two ringside apron seats and eight ringside floor seats, the ticket includes free food and drink as well as access to the competitors’ changing rooms for backstage views. for Boxing News

A pre-fight picture featuring both guys, autographed gloves, and a two-night stay at an opulent hotel where the fighters will be billeted are also promised.

Boxing Jake Paul face to Mike Tyson on July 20

Paul has a very good reason to win since defeating “Iron Mike” will allow him to brag about his boxing career. Even though he has been retired from boxing for almost 20 years, the American remains one of the sport’s biggest stars.

However, many have asserted that Tyson is competing just to collect a huge paycheck; given that both combatants are anticipated to earn eight figures, it is understandable why tickets are so pricey.

Notwithstanding the fact that the match has been formally recognised as a professional bout, the majority of boxing fans concur that the bout is nothing more than a publicity stunt. The age difference of 31 years has caused some to wonder if the fight should even take place, considering Tyson hasn’t competed since 2005 and hasn’t entered the ring since December 2020.

However, spectators are clamouring to enter the arena and there is a high desire to see the battle. For the first time, a sizable audience will watch the event live on Netflix.

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