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Where To Bet Mike Tyson vs Roy Jones Jr. Online

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Mike Tyson is taking on Roy Jones Jr. in an exhibition boxing match.

This fight will take place on November 28th, 2020. The card will also feature Jake Paul vs Nate Robinson.

This will be Mike Tysons first fight since he lost to Kevin McBride in June 2005. It will be Roy Jones Jr’s first fight since he defeated Scott Sigmon.

In this article I will cover the best places to bet Tyson vs Jones Jr. This will be a factor of the best odds, trustworthy online sportsbooks and where the best betting props are for the event to add some extra fun to the bet.

Where To Bet Mike Tyson vs Roy Jones Jr:

BetOnline: Honestly when it comes to boxing, BetOnline are one of the best. First of all they are completely trustworthy. They have been around for years and years and you’ll have no issues there.

Second they cover a wide variety of boxing and often have the best betting odds for boxing. So if you’re a boxing fan looking to bet consistently, BetOnline is an excellent choice.

On top of all that however is their betting props. They offer a wide selection of props all the time and they will do so for Tyson vs Jones Jr. On top of betting just the fight, in general you can do round by round betting as well as method of victory. You will be able to also bet on the total rounds, who will be the first to be knocked down, whether it will go the distance and a wide variety of other bets.

For the Tyson vs Jones fight, they offer the following three bets all available at BetOnline:

  • Will the fight go the distance?
  • Who will bleed first?
  • Will the fight stop due to cuts?

If you’re looking to bet Tyson vs Jones Jr then I would give BetOnline my highest recommendation.

If you just want to bet who will win, Americans can bet it at Bovada, Canadians can bet at Bodog and unfortunately no non-North American sportsbooks are offering odds on who will win but you can still bet the prop bets at BetOnline.

What bets and props for Tyson vs Jones Jr. are available?

You can place the following bets:

  • Will the fight go the distance?
  • Who will bleed first?
  • Will the fight stop due to cuts?

Common Mike Tyson vs Roy Jones Jr Questions:

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What are the betting odds for Tyson vs Jones Jr?:

When the lines initially opened, Mike Tyson was the underdog at +120 odds. Roy Jones Jr. was the favourite at -160 odds. However things have drastically changed due to so much money going on Mike Tyson. At some sportsbooks, Tyson jumped to as high as -350. However as of mid-August, it has settled down more and Mike Tyson is now a -170 favourite.

As of November 26th, two days before the fight, Tyson is -210 and Jones is +170. Please note if you wish to bet the winner, Americans can bet it at Bovada, Canadians can bet at Bodog and unfortunately no non-North American sportsbooks are offering odds on who will win but you can still bet the prop bets at BetOnline.

Are there other fights on the Tyson vs Jones Jr card?

Yes there is. This is the current undercard:

  • Nate Robinson vs Jake Paul
  • Blake McKernan vs Badou Jack
  • Viddal Riley vs Rashad Coulter

This will be the professional debut of Nate Robinson, the former NBA star.

How to Bet Mike Tyson vs Roy Jones Jr.

Over at BetOnline they have all their sports listed in the siderbar. Boxing is often found under “Other Sports”. Click on that and it expands the section to list “Boxing”. Once you click that it will display all of the boxing events available including of course the Tyson fight. Simply click on whatever bets you wish to make and they are added to your bet slip. Then you need to place the bet to confirm it.

Tyson vs Jones Jr. Betting Strategy:

It’s a very tough one. In one sense I would lean Jones Jr. as he is going to be faster and theoretically in better shape. It has been awhile since Tyson fought. However Tyson is the more motivated and with no judges scoring this one, I am not sure if Jones Jr. can finish him. Then again man these guys are old.

With this being an exhibition match it messes up the whole “Tyson winning by KO” theory as good as that sounds. For me the undercard has better value and I would advise betting Jake Paul to win. Jake is actually a pretty technically sound boxer and has a lot of practise.