sport news HOT OR NOT: Mike Tyson benefits from terrible boxing concept

HOT OR NOT: Mike Tyson benefits from a terrible boxing concept ahead of bout with Roy Jones Jr and what more does Marcus Rashford need to do to meet the BBC's criteria for Sports Personality of the Year shortlist? Mike Tyson will return to the ring to fight Roy Jones Jr with a bizarre set of rules The 54-year-old boxing legend will pocket £7.5m for a 16-minute exhibition bout Adam Peaty has impressively broken two world records despite a disrupted year Marcus Rashford is set to miss out on the Sports Personality of the Year award  are being held to ransom for millions by cyberhackers 

By Riath Al-Samarrai for the Daily Mail

Published: 22:31 GMT, 27 November 2020 | Updated: 23:19 GMT, 27 November 2020

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It's hot or Not time again as Sportsmail's Riath Al-Samarrai reveals what's been making him feel warm and what's been leaving him cold this week.   

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The concept is horrible, the rules are a mess and boxing looks weak for allowing the freak show to happen. And yet Tyson, aged 54, is being paid £7.5million to spar for 16 minutes with Roy Jones Jr. 

We are entitled to worry about two old men having a scrap, but pity more the punters who have any great expectations for what they’re buying.

Mike Tyson will return to the ring at the age of 54 for an exhibition bout with Roy Jones Jr

Mike Tyson will return to the ring at the age of 54 for an exhibition bout with Roy Jones Jr

Tyson will adhere to some bizarre rules in his fight Jones Jr with knock-outs not allowed

Tyson will adhere to some bizarre rules in his fight Jones Jr with knock-outs not allowed

Adam Peaty

He spent a chunk of

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