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Boxing odds: Mike Tyson favored over Roy Jones Jr. in exhibition without declared winner

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Welp, looks like we have betting odds for the Mike Tyson vs. Roy Jones Jr. boxing exhibition that will have no judges, no knockouts, and no winner declared.

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Mike Tyson is boxing Roy Jones Jr. this Saturday night (November 28th) in an exhibition with no judges, no scorecards, no knockouts allowed, and no winner declared. What’s more 2020 than that? The answer is having betting odds for said boxing exhibition with no judges, no scorecards, no knockouts allowed, and no winner declared. WHAT ARE YOU EVEN BETTING ON??

The undercard for this event does have some actual sanctioned boxing matches on tab, including YouTube sensation Jake Paul being a -225 betting favorite over former NBA star Nate Robinson, who is a +185 underdog. The YouTuber is also projected to get a finish over the baller. The prop bet ‘Paul wins by TKO/KO or DQ’ is currently sitting with a favored tag of -175. Going back the other way, the proposition ‘Robinson wins by TKO/KO or DQ’ can be had for a sizable underdog value of +300.

Okay, let’s get back to this main event exhibition. Despite the rules stating that a winner will not be named, online gambling sites such as Bovada, Pinnacle, and Sportsbook all have the 54-year-old Mike Tyson available as a betting favorite over the 51-year-old Roy Jones Jr.

Tyson is being offered up with a favored moneyline of -210, so a $100 bet would payout $147.62 — if there were actually something for Tyson to win. As for Jones Jr. his moneyline is on deck at an underdog tick of +170. That means a $100 wager on Roy would payout $270 — if there were actually something for Jones Jr. to win. There are no prop bets available for this bout, well because this isn’t supposed to be a real sanctioned boxing match, rather an exhibition between two legends. If it’s one thing “Iron” Mike is known for, it’s being unpredictable. Sure, this could start out as an exhibition, but once the punches start to fly, who knows what might happen?

Okay so here’s the fine print for anyone who is wondering what the stipulations are for gambling on an exhibition match that has been advertised as one that will be without a victor. Gambling website Bovada.lv states the following:

Check out the betting odds for the Mike Tyson vs. Roy Jones Jr. exhibition, courtesy of ProBoxingOdds.com:

Check out the betting odds for the Logan Paul vs. Nate Robinson, courtesy of ProBoxingOdds.com:

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