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Triller co-owner Ryan Kavanaugh tells SportBusiness how the Tyson-Jones fight came together and how the social media platform is looking to use live sports to compete in the short-form digital space.

The slow-moving, divided nature of top-level professional boxing has left the sport’s highest echelons more vulnerable to the Covid-19 shutdown. Tyson vs. Jones Jr. proves that a little flexibility can go a long way. Callum McCarthy reports.

The recent Mike Tyson-Roy Jones Jr. exhibition fight in Los Angeles is expected to generate more than 1.6 million pay-per-view buys, which would earn media company Triller around $80m

US rapper and entertainment personality Snoop Dogg is partnering with media platform Triller to create a new boxing league called "The Fight Club".

Mike Tyson's upcoming exhibition fight against Roy Jones Jr. at Staples Center in Los Angeles, California, has secured a sponsorship agreement with legal cannabis technology company Weedmaps.

Digital pay-per-view platform Fite has acquired exclusive digital rights to Mike Tyson versus Roy Jones Jr. in the US and Canada, buying the rights from short-form video app Triller