Original title: Tyson does not understand what an exhibition match is? Coach Pacquiao: Will go all out to KO Jones directly
The charity exhibition match between former world heavyweight boxing champion Mike Tyson and four-level world boxing champion Roy Jones will be staged on November 28, and both of them are now preparing for the battle. Since it is an exhibition match, the organizer of the event also clearly stipulates that the two cannot appear KO in the ring. Many boxing leaders analyzed that Jones might abide by this agreement, but Tyson is absolutely impossible. In a game with Holyfield, he bit off his opponent's ears because of his hug. If Tyson was beaten in a hurry in this game, he would really be a "dead hand" to Jones. Continuing the style of play once in the ring, the opponent will continue to strike a fatal blow in the ring.
Pacquiao coach Roach made a bold prediction about the match between the two with one month away. He said: "Before Tyson played against Jones, it was difficult for Tyson to treat the game as an exhibition match. I talked to Tyson about ten days ago. I told him that it was an exhibition match, but he didn’t know what the term exhibition match meant. He laughed and understood what I meant, and I knew Tyson after the bell rang I will go all out."
Tyson, as an early boxing champion, accurately positioned the exhibition match, which was not very friendly to Jones. If Jones plays in accordance with the rules of the exhibition, and Tyson goes all out as soon as he comes up, Jones will just be very stressed. And this game changed from 3 minutes per round to 2 minutes per round, which is good for Tyson in any way. Tyson has not been in the ring for many years. The competitive state has declined severely. If the round is changed to a two-minute system, Tyson will have more opportunities to rest between innings.