UFC president Dana White’s reaction to discovering there are NO KNOCKOUTS allowed in Mike Tyson vs Roy Jones Jr is priceless

Mike Tyson and Roy Jones Jr are just one week away from making their returns to boxing.
The legendary pair will face off in an eight-round exhibition fight on November 28 where a combined age of 105 will be in the ring.
Tyson and Jones Jr will get it on on November 28
For fans hoping that they’ll get a glimpse of the smooth and silky Jones Jr of yesteryear, you just might.
For those fans that are desperate to see some vintage Tyson knocking people out? No chance. And it’s not because of Tyson – it’s the rules!
An exhibition boxing match like this decrees that it would be too dangerous to allow knockouts and instead, the bout has been referred to as ‘heavy sparring.’
Dana White couldn’t believe there is no knockouts in Tyson Vs Jones Jr
Journalists asked UFC president Dana White what he thought of the news following UFC 255 on Saturday and his reaction is priceless.
“There’s no knockouts? They’re not allowed to knock each other out? How do you enforce that? I’d like to bet that doesn’t happen. Can you bet on that?! Oh s***! You can’t even bet on this fight?! I did not know that. I don’t even know what to say to that.”
Check out the video of his reaction from the post-show press conference below. His comments about the fight come at around the 16 minute mark:

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This fight has captured the imagination of many longtime boxing fans thanks to the legacies both men have in the sport. Jones Jr was a multiple weight champion and Tyson was an undisputed world champion at one time.
However, some of the lustre is surely lacking if we can’t even get a knockout. Half of the fandom surrounding Tyson has to be associated with the devastating knockouts that were a hallmark of his legendary career.
Fans should probably temper their expectations of this bout anyway given the age of both men and how long they’ve spent outside of the ring now.
In Tyson’s case it’s been 15 years. However, he has gotten himself into tremendous shape and knockouts or not, everyone is curious to see how both men look.
A 54-year-old Tyson has been training for a comeback against Roy Jones Jr and is lean like he was in his prime


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