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How to watch Mike Tyson vs. Roy Jones Jr. fight

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Two of boxing's most prominent figures are set to square off in an anticipated Saturday night exhibition match.

Former undisputed heavyweight champion Mike Tyson will face off against former four-division world champion Roy Jones Jr. Tyson, 54, has a 50-6 career record (44 wins coming on knockouts) and is one of the most feared fighters of all time. Jones Jr., 51, owns a 66-9 record for his illustrious career.

The fight will be eight rounds -- each two minutes long -- using 12-ounce gloves. The winner of the bout will receive a commemorative belt created for the fight.

The four-hour live event also has an undercard that includes Jake Paul vs. former Boston Celtics guard Nate Robinson (six rounds), Badou Jack vs. Blake McKernan (eight rounds), and Viddal Riley vs. Rashad Coulter (six rounds).

Money raised from the event will be donated to charities that fight human trafficking and breast cancer. Also, Tyson's Legends Only League will donate some of the proceeds to the WBC José Sulaimán Boxers Fund to support boxers who "have fallen into hard times," per the event's press release.

Here's how to watch:

When: Saturday, Nov. 28 at 9 p.m. ET

Live Stream: Triller ($50 PPV)