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Tyson vs Jones Jr. live stream: How to watch online and start time

Tyson vs Jones Jr. live stream
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Tyson vs Jones Jr live stream start time

Tyson vs Jones Jr's undercard has a bell time of 9 p.m. ET on Saturday, Nov. 28.
The main event is expected to start around 11 p.m. ET.
It's going to be streamed online on FITE TV.

The Tyson vs Jones Jr. live stream is bringing fight night to entertain us as the two legends get ready to rumble. After teasing a match in All Elite Wrestling, "Iron" Mike Tyson is returning to the boxing ring to take on Roy Jones Jr. With both fighters being over 50, this fight should be interesting to say the least. 

Tyson (age 54) last dominated boxing in the 1990's, before biting Evander Holyfield's ear in 1997 proved a cringe-worthy moment for all. Jones (51) was named the best boxer of the 1990s by Ring Magazine, and hasn't gotten a similar accolade since. 

Oddsmakers have Tyson has a -220 favorite right now. 

But if you can ease your expectations and enjoy the spectacle, you'll find a way to revel in the actions from the Staples Center in LA.

The undercard has three matches, and only one is truly going to grab the attention of the public. Mostly reviled YouTuber Jake Paul (dubbed "The Problem Child" in promotional material) is taking on ex-NBA start Nate Robinson, in a 6-round match. 

Which is exactly the kind of match that should be taking place on this carnival barker-level fight card, where Tyson and Jones Jr. are coming back to fight long after they've stepped down. 

Here's everything you need to know to get a Tyson vs Jones Jr. live stream:

How to watch Tyson vs Jones Jr. live streams with a VPN

Even if you're out of the bubble and somewhere that Fite, TysonOnTriller, BTSport or Kayo do not service, you don't need to miss Tyson vs Jones Jr. or try and watch it on an unfamiliar streaming service. Thanks to the wonders of a VPN (Virtual Private Network), your devices can appear to be on international soil when you're actually in the U.S. – ideal for international fans on taking a winter holiday. Our favorite is ExpressVPN:

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Tyson vs Jones Jr. live streams in the US

Americans have two main options for where to get a Tyson vs Jones Jr. live stream, and both cost $50.

Fite TV is the more well-known site that's streaming the PPV, and it's got apps on practically every single streaming device. Fite TV has Roku, Fire TV, iOS, iPadOS, Apple TV and Android apps.

You can also get it on TysonOnTriller.com, which has Roku, Fire TV, iOS, iPadOS, Apple TV and Android apps.

Tyson vs Jones Jr. live streams in the UK

BT Sports is selling Tyson vs Jones Jr. live streams for £19.95 a piece on BT Sport Box Office

Just get prepared to be up all night. The undercard starts at 9 p.m. ET which translates to 2 a.m. BST. And that means the main event will likely be at 4 a.m. BST, which is too late for my blood(sport).

Tyson vs Jones Jr. live streams in Canada

Our friends to the north pay the same price for Tyson vs Jones Jr. as we do: CAD$49.99. The event streams on Fite TV, and that enables you to watch it on one of a number of streaming devices.

Tyson vs Jones Jr. live streams in Australia

In Australia, Kayo is your main point to find a Tyson vs Jones Jr. live stream.

On Kayo, the Tyson vs Jones Jr. card costs $59.95 AUD, and includes access to Kayo Sports until Dec. 3.

Tyson vs Jones Jr. fight card

Main Card

  • Mike Tyson vs. Roy Jones Jr. — WBC Frontline Championship, 8 rounds
  • Jake Paul vs. Nate Robinson — Cruiserweights, 6 rounds
  • Badou Jack vs. Blake McKernan — Light heavyweights, 8 rounds
  • Viddal Riley vs. Rashad Coulter — Cruiserweights, 6 rounds

Preliminary card

  • Jamaine Ortiz vs. Nahir Albright — Lightweights
  • Irvin Gonzalez Jr. vs. Edward Vasquez — Featherweights
  • Juiseppe Cusumano vs. Nick Jones — Heavyweights

Henry T. Casey

Henry is an editor writer at Tom’s Guide covering streaming media, laptops and Apple. Prior to joining Tom's Guide — where he's the self-described Rare Oreo Expert — he reviewed software and hardware for TechRadar Pro, and interviewed artists for Patek Philippe International Magazine. You can find him at your local pro wrestling events, and looking for the headphone adapter that he unplugged from his iPhone.