The fight between Mike Tyson and Paul will be canceled if Iron Mike does not pass an unusual test

 

The fight between Mike Tyson and Jake Paul can be canceled if the legendary boxer does not pass an unusual test as
outlined in the fight rules.

In a conversation with USA Today Sports, the Communications Manager for TDLR, Tela Mange, explained that fighters
over 36 years old must provide positive results from an electroencephalogram (EEG) and an electrocardiogram (ECG).
EEG is used to assess brain function, while ECG is used to detect heart problems.

By the time of stepping into the ring, Mike Tyson will be 58 years old, which is 31 years older than Paul.

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Iron Mike retired from professional boxing in 2005, and his last fight was in 2020 when he had an exhibition match
against Roy Jones Jr.

Tyson and Paul are scheduled to face off in a boxing match on July 20th at the AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, USA,
as the main event of the card, which will be broadcast on Netflix. It was previously reported that the fight would be
sanctioned as a professional one.

Yesterday, Tyson also made a sensational statement, declaring that the three years he spent in prison were the
happiest in his life.

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