By Pa Sport Staff
Published: 10:21 BST, 12 August 2020 | Updated: 10:22 BST, 12 August 2020
Former world heavyweight champion Mike Tyson's return to the ring has been put back until November 28 — with the ex-heavyweight champion saying 'This temporary inconvenience will last longer than' opponent Roy Jones Jr.
Tyson, 54, who dominated the heavyweight scene for almost 20 years after winning the title in 1987, was due to take on 51-year-old Jones in an eight-round exhibition in California on September 12.
However, the bout has now been put back until late November after organisers decided to make the pay-per-view event bigger with more fights on the undercard.
Mike Tyson's sensational return to ring at aged 54 has been pushed back until November 28
Legendary former undisputed heavyweight champion Tyson will be returning to the ring after a 15-year absence.
Tyson said: 'Changing the date to November 28th will give more people the opportunity to see the biggest comeback in boxing history.
'This temporary inconvenience will