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Mike Tyson vs Roy Jones Picks

Mike Tyson vs Roy Jones Picks

Holy freak show, Batman! The circus is in town and we’re tagging along with our Mike Tyson vs Roy Jones picks. In this four-fight pay-per-view card, living legends Tyson and Jones meet in the squared circle for an exhibition match. What’s going to happen? We don’t know! Who knows? But these freak shows are plenty of fun and could be lucrative betting spots. Let’s take a peek.

The organizers of the exhibition fight between Tyson and Jones Jr., have announced that there will be no winner declared for the fight. Sportsbooks have reacted by removing the betting lines from their websites and will return the money wagers to the bettors’ accounts. We may see some prop bets come up, but we will update this page straight away if that’s the case. 

It’s a cocktail of crazy, laughable, and still believable but Mike Tyson vs Roy Jones Jr. could be the biggest fight this year. As we got to our Mike Tyson vs Roy Jones picks, everything about this event should be taken with a grain of salt as it’s the least serious boxing event you’ll see. Boxing purists, close your eyes! 

With that said, both Tyson and Jones look to be in phenomenal shape. Tyson has stayed relevant with his viral shadowboxing videos and his ripped physique. Jones has stayed active and has most recently boxed in 2018. And the co-main event pits two non-traditional but otherwise potentially surprising boxers in Jake Paul and Nate Robinson.

There are four fights scheduled for the card with the two main fights getting full betting odds. Here are the betting lines courtesy of Betonline:

Fighter #1 betonline betonline Fighter #2

Mike Tyson

2.45 Roy Jones Jr.

Jake Paul

1.63  2.30 Nate Robinson

Badou Jack

 TBA  TBA  Blake McKernan

Viddal Riley

  TBA   TBA  Rashad Coulter

Mike Tyson vs Roy Jones Jr. Fight Card

  • Heavyweight Exhibition: Mike Tyson (50-6-2) vs Roy Jones Jr. (66-9-0)
  • Cruiserweight: Jake Paul (1-0-0) vs Nate Robinson (0-0-0)
  • Light Heavyweight: Badou Jack (22-3-3) vs Blake McKernan (13-0-0)
  • Cruiserweight: Viddal Riley (4-0-0) vs Rashad Coulter (1-0-0)

Tyson vs Jones Picks

If you’re serious about laying money down on these boxing matches, we won’t stop you. But we’re talking about two 50-something-year-olds, YouTube stars, a former NBA player, and an MMA fighter here. Anything can happen and with this mantra, we’re off to take a jab at these crazy fights:

Heavyweight Exhibition: Mike Tyson (1.57) vs Roy Jones Jr. (2.45)

Tyson and Jones is the super fight that is two decades too late. Still, we’re treated to a potentially explosive bout and the fact this fight could still be entertaining is a testament to how phenomenal both fighters are. 

Both Tyson and Jones are way past their prime, but they still have enough left in the tank. Jones was active as recently as 2018 although he’s competed at cruiserweight and light heavyweight. Tyson last fought in 2005. Both men have looked great sparring, especially Tyson who still looks fearsome despite being 54.

“Power is the last to go,” is what they say in combat sports and judging by Tyson’s sparring videos, he can still hit like a truck. The same can’t be said for Jones, and while he still hits hard, it doesn’t have the same pop as Tyson. Jones’s trademark speed is also not what it once was although he is still agile and evasive.

The size difference will also come in to play here. Although Tyson isn’t significantly bigger than Jones, he is still a heavyweight whereas Jones is a cruiserweight. 

Tyson was as heavy as 269 at some point but trimmed down to 220 showing a physique that would make any athlete half his age sweat. Jones, on the other hand, blew up to 215 although he insists he feels good at this weight.

SBR’s pick — Tyson (1.57). We have a lean and mean Tyson who is fresh going up against a heavy Jones who most recently retired after finally getting burnt out from over 70 boxing matches. The odds are kind to both men here, but Tyson is the rightful favourite and should win this match.

*Note: BetOnline and SportsBetting are two prime books that offer plenty of excellent bonuses and promotions on title fights. Check them out.

Cruiserweight: Jake Paul (1.63) vs Nate Robinson (2.30)

YouTube sensation meets a three-time NBA dunk champion in a grudge match co-main event. Robinson called out Paul for bullying his former boxing opponents and boasted he’d beat him up in a real fight. Big words from the diminutive Robinson who will be at a size and reach disadvantage against Paul.

Paul is coming off a first-round TKO over fellow YouTuber AnEsonGib (Gib) but Robinson is a different beast altogether. The former NBA player is quick, athletic, and a natural at boxing. Though sparring is much different than the real fight, Robinson wouldn’t let Paul push him around like he did against Gib.

SBR’s pick — Robinson (2.30). Paul has the size advantage and can utilize his jab effectively enough to earn a boring decision. But Robinson is fast and ferocious enough to work around Paul’s jab. It may work for the first few rounds, but once Robinson becomes comfortable, he’ll take the fight to Paul. Robinson will earn the decision by being more aggressive.

Cruiserweight: Viddal Riley vs Rashad Coulter

The curtain-jerker for this event is a cruiserweight tilt between KSI’s (who fought Logan Paul, Jake’s older brother) trainer, Viddal “Ri” Riley and former UFC fighter Rashad Coulter. Riley is also a YouTube star but is also unbeaten as a pro boxer with four wins. Coulter last boxed in 2015, a knockout victory.

Riley is the real deal and is the better boxer, hands down. Coulter has a puncher’s chance but he’s been away from boxing for five years and was a punching bag in his last few years in MMA. 

SBR’s pick — Riley. The only bet here is Riley, provided he won’t be anything too expensive. Riley should make quick work of Coulter and put him away some time in the middle rounds.

Parlay idea: if you’re feeling lucky, parlay both Tyson and Robinson for a 3.61 return. 

This super boxing event takes place a week after UFC 255 and puts an exclamation mark on November as a stacked fighting month. You’ll find all the boxing and MMA odds available from the top sportsbooks available

Here’s a little secret too: you can parlay boxers and fighters from different events. You don’t need to stack the same fighters from the same event. With that in mind, find the right combinations to make your betting ticket the best it can be.


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