EVANDER HOLYFIELD is making a SHOCK boxing comeback tonight against MMA legend Vitor Belfort.
The 58-year-old is putting on the gloves one more time to headline a huge card which also includes Anderson Silva vs Tito Ortiz is a battle of former UFC greats.
- Fight time: Main event expected around 3-4am BST
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- Jack Figg
Former UFC champions Anderson Silva and Tito Ortiz are set to co-headline over eight, two-minute rounds.
Silva, who left the UFC last year, beat Julio Cesar Chavez in June and has continued his switch to boxing.
For Ortiz, it will be his professional boxing debut.
- Jack Figg
ON THE UNDERCARD
David Haye called out 'big fast dosser' Tyson Fury after winning his comeback fight and claimed he is the Gypsy King's 'kryptonite'.
It came completely out of left field when it was announced Haye would return to the ring to fight Joe Fournier, the man he once promoted and managed.
The pair, who have enjoyed a friendship for several years and formerly sparred each other, fought over eight, two-minute rounds, opposed to the usual three.
And Haye comfortably won all of the sessions, which included a knockdown in round one following a jab.
Afterwards, he called out old rival Fury, eight years after they were first scheduled to fight each other.
Haye said: "There's one fighter I'd come back to professional boxing for and that's Tyson Fury.
"Tyson Fury, that big fast dosser, I know his kryptonite, I know what he can't handle.
"He's a dosser, it's his word, he's a dosser. And I'm his kryptonite. I know that he knows it, his dad knows it, his uncle knows it."
- Jack Figg
Evander Holyfield makes his return after ten years out with a fight against former UFC champion Vitor Belfort.
Oscar De La Hoya was due to face Brazilian Belfort, until he tested positive for coronavirus.
Triller called upon Holyfield, who was training for a comeback, who accepted the challenge.
The fight was forced to be moved to Florida after the California State Athletic Commission refused to license Holyfield.
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