Mike Tyson is most definitely one of the most legendary professional boxers in the history of the sport. Mike Tyson also sent a warning to Errol Spence previously.
Triller’s latest event featured Evander Holyfield squaring off against Vitor Belfort and getting knocked out in over a minute within the first round. Due to the match’s reception, new regulations will be imposed and that includes banning exhibition matches. Due to this, Mike Tyson and Holyfield may be banned from Triller.
Mike Mazzulli, the president of the Association of Boxing Commissions stated the following:
“We’re going to come out with some new regulations for approving fighters 40 years old and older.’
There is a greater conversation that could be had talking about ethical and non-ethical and whatnot, but I would never put anyone in the ring if there were any concerns about them mentally, medically or physically,” Meier told Yahoo Sports. “We are the ones who had concerns about McBride. We did everything in our power to make sure that McBride fight didn’t happen because we were concerned that something would happen in the ring.”
At the end of the day, what we want to do at Triller Fight Club is to put on professional fights,” Meier said. “We are stepping away from exhibition stuff only. Yeah, Tyson was great and whatever [in a November fight with Roy Jones] and got the biggest pay-per-view, whether it was because of the pandemic or whatever. But the focus is on full-blown professional fights and the focus is most certainly on full-blown good professional fights. There are more and more to come.”