The highly anticipated boxing match between 27-year-old Jake Paul and 57-year-old Mike Tyson, initially set for July 20 and to be streamed on Netflix, has been postponed. This fight had the entire boxing world buzzing for months, but recent events have led to a change in plans.

On May 27, just days before the postponement was announced, Mike Tyson experienced a medical emergency during a flight from Miami to Los Angeles. According to the New York Post, Tyson’s representatives reported that he became nauseous and dizzy, symptoms stemming from an ulcer flare-up, approximately thirty minutes before landing. The situation delayed passengers for 25 minutes while medical professionals attended to Tyson, who was later reported to be “doing great.”

This medical scare is believed to be the primary reason for the fight’s postponement. The fight promoter released a statement explaining that after a follow-up consultation, medical professionals advised Tyson to engage in minimal to light training for a few weeks before resuming his full training regimen without limitations.

With Tyson currently unable to train, he is not in a condition to fight a boxer like Jake Paul. Despite this setback, Tyson, who had been training intensively, has reassured fans that he remains in excellent shape. He stated, “My body is in better overall shape than it has been since the 1990s, and I will be back to my full training schedule soon.”


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Reactions to Paul-Tyson Postponement

In a press conference, Dana White, a close friend of Tyson’s, stated that he would not comment publicly on the Tyson-Paul fight. “For the first time probably ever in my life, I have no comment on something. That’s Mike’s world, and you know, he gets pissed at me every time I talk about that stuff. Good for him, and they’ll figure it out.” White, who has been a staunch advocate against Tyson’s return to the ring to fight Jake Paul, seems relieved by the postponement. His comment “Good for him” suggests he is glad Tyson is heeding his doctors’ advice and not risking his health for the fight.

In an Instagram video, Jake Paul expressed his disappointment regarding Tyson’s health issues. Known for his brash persona, Paul surprisingly showed respect towards Tyson, emphasizing that Tyson’s health is the priority. Paul described the news as “devastating” but remained confident that the fight will eventually take place. “This may have bought you some time,” Paul said, “But in the end, you will still be knocked out.”

Awaiting a New Fight Date

As of now, no new date for the fight has been announced. Both Paul and Tyson indicated that they will reveal a rescheduled date the following week, which would be in the coming days. Fans eagerly await this announcement, as the fight remains one of the most talked-about events in professional boxing.

Keeping Fans Updated

We will provide updates as soon as a definitive date is announced. The postponement has only intensified the anticipation surrounding this matchup, and both fighters seem determined to make it happen once Tyson has fully recovered.

Mike Tyson vs Jake Paul boxing match postponed!
Mike Tyson vs Jake Paul boxing match postponed!
Mike Tyson vs Jake Paul boxing match postponed!
Mike Tyson vs Jake Paul boxing match postponed!

Mike Tyson vs Jake Paul boxing match postponed!

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