Roy Jones Jr is already hyping up his next fight after the Mike Tyson exhibition in September, suggesting a scrap with former UFC middleweight champion Anderson Silva.
Jones Jr and Tyson are set to meet on 12 September in an eight-round exhibition in California, with the two boxing legends putting on a show for fans, although a deal has been struck to not go for knockouts and bigger gloves will be used.
Fifty-one-year-old Jones Jr last fought professionally in 2018 and had officially retired, but is talking about fighting again, with Anderson on his mind.
A scrap between the boxing legend and the MMA icon has been on the cards for years, although it was certainly more appealing when both were closer to their fighting peaks. (Metro)