If we’re basing this solely on looks, then Roy Jones Jr. looked exactly like you would expect him to: a 51 year-old pugilist who hasn't competed in over two years. So, not surprisingly, the Olympic silver medalist passed his recent drug test with flying colors.
Mike Tyson, however, raised a few eyebrows with his new-and-improved physique.
“Iron” also passed his Nov. 28 drug test, administered the night he fought Jones to a pay-per-view (PPV) draw inside Staples Center in Los Angeles, Calif., though it should be noted that VADA did not test for Cannabis.
ESPN brought word on the results on Tuesday.
Despite the unofficial ruling, the general consensus was that Tyson outperformed Jones and by his own admission, “Iron” felt good enough inside the ring to continue his charity boxing career.
Whether or not that equates to a trilogy with Evander Holyfield remains to be seen, but Tyson doesn’t appear to be short on potential challengers.
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