On Nov. 28, 2020, Triller will stream Mike Tyson’s return to the ring.
According to CNBC, the highly anticipated pay-per-view boxing match —titled the “Frontline Battle”— against heavyweight champion Roy Jones Jr. will stream on the social media platform. The exclusive streaming rights cost the company north of $50 million, reportedly.
Ahead of the fight, Triller will release a 10-part docuseries featuring footage of the fighters’ roads to the match. In addition, the company will announce the undercard matches and musical performances in the weeks leading up to the big day.
As he trains, Tyson has also launched Legends Only League, a sports league for legendary athletes from all sports to compete.
“Legends Only League will support athletes in their individual sports, creating some of the most epic competitions products ad live events in the world,” Tyson said in the statement, according to CNBC.
The eight-round match — originally scheduled for Sept. 12 — is now postponed till its November date to secure more international television deals, reports ESPN.