Mike Tyson reveals Roy Jones Jr fight will NOT be a one-off and he wants to ‘box all over the world’

Tyson is already looking ahead, and doesn’t plan on making the Jones Jr battle his final taste of the sport he dominated for years.

Speaking to ESPN, the 54-year-old said: “I don’t know. I might do this for a while. Let’s check this stuff out.

“It would be so awesome if we could do this all around the world and fight the best fighter in that country.

“Exhibitions with this guy in that country, exhibitions all over the world. Wouldn’t that be great?”

Tyson has been regularly sharing training clips and recently revealed he FIRES sparring partners who don’t ‘kick his ass’ in the sessions.

And after months of teasing a grand return to boxing, it was finally announced he would fight fellow former world, champ Jones Jr.

Tyson added: “I wanted to fight a four-round exhibition, next thing I know, I’m fighting Roy Jones, it’s eight rounds and I got three judges and I got a belt involved.

“Now you tell me, is this an exhibition? You tell me. What the f*** is going on? I want an exhibition, now I got a belt involved. C’mon, man.”

However that ‘belt’ will be more a ‘commemorative strap’ with the WBC deciding againt the victor walking out with the Front Line Battle Belt.

Tyson returns to the ring for the first time in 15 years when he faces Jones, 51.

The heavyweight icon has spent his comeback with MMA coach Rafael Cordeiro, where he has dramatically transformed his body.

Tyson’s decision to fight again has inspired other retired legends to do the same.

Oscar De La Hoya, now a promoter, is rumoured to be making a comeback against Marcos Maidana.