One of Britain's top promoters said Mike Tyson vs. Roy Jones Jr.'s upcoming exhibition is "sad" because "boxing is a young man's game". I mean, when the athleticism left him, that's when the guys started catching up against him.
The Holyfield trilogy would have arguably received more attention and publicity.
Since Mike Tyson's first boxing workout videos surfaced on social media earlier this year, the buzz around his potential in-return remained.
Iron Mike is gearing up for a huge comeback fight.
Holyfield said, "And it's kind of muddy the waters".
While the event is definitely an exhibition, the real deal is the "Iron Mike" body.
However, Triller has a number of big-name partnerships, including the likes of streaming giant Spotify, Sony Music, Universal Music and even Snapchat so there appears to be enough backing behind the app for it to succeed in showing the Tyson vs Jones Jr fight.
Despite providing bad news to some fans who would have hoped for the trilogy, Holyfield provided his views on the mega fight.
Frank Warren has revealed his disgust at Mike Tyson's middle-aged matchup with Roy Jone Jr, revealing he has "no interest" in the bout.
Mike Tyson has already dropped some clips of his training, showcasing his insane punching ability.
Tyson, 54, and Jones, 51, said during a recent virtual press conference Insider attended that they were both annoyed they were fighting two-minute rounds rather than the traditional three which they would have competed in during their respective primes. The 54-year-old has the physical appearance of being ready to fight for the first time in well over a decade.
The two famous fighters ended up marketed to face off in 2003, and Jones' desk experienced an offer you of $ 40 million (£ 33 million), while TalkSPORT, He refused because the figures weren't major enough.