Where Can I Watch, Bet the Mike Tyson Vs. Jones Jr. Fight From Chicago, Aurora, Joliet, Naperville?

Written by:
Don Shapiro
Published on:
Nov/26/2020

You can watch the highly anticipated PPV fight Mike Tyson Vs. Jones Jr. from Chicago, Joliet, Aurora, Illinois with betting available courtesy of BetOnline, offering a generous welcome bonus (max bonus $1000).

The Piazza

85 Executive Drive

Aurora, IL 60504

This is an extremely limited capacity event.  Cost is $10 to $60.

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Mike Tyson vs Roy Jones Jr.

Nov 28 Sat 2020.

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More About Where to Watch

Watch Tyson vs. Jones Saturday, November 28th at The Piazza!

We Feature:

• 2 x 36' screens

• Full Sound

• HD TV's

• Cigar Lounge

• Pool Tables, Darts

• Slot Machines

$3 Miller Lite & Coors Light Bottles | $4 Jameson | $4 House Wine | $5 Tito's Cocktails

Most Tickets are sold by the table and include:

• reserved table

• tickets

• 15% off of your dinner.

I.e. if you want to go with you and another person you would only need to buy 1 ticket for "Table & Tix for 2". That would get you in and reserve that table for you and another guest. We're doing it this way so you are only sat with your group. Limited general admission tickets available.

• All tables are at least 6' apart from one another according to CDC guidelines.

• Venue will be operating at 20% capacity.

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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