Where Can I Watch, Bet the Mike Tyson Vs. Jones Jr. Fight From NYC?

Written by:
Mary Montgomery
Published on:
Nov/25/2020

You can watch the highly anticipated PPV fight Mike Tyson Vs. Jones Jr. from New York City with betting available courtesy of BetUS, offering a generous welcome bonus (max bonus $3125).


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Echo Bravo follows all indoor Covid safety guidelines according to New York City's mandate.

Space is limited! Don't delay!

445 Troutman St, Brooklyn, NY 11237

Join us!!! Mike Tyson and Roy Jones Jr. have agreed to fight each other in an exhibition match, at the age of 54 and 51 respectively. Both are absolute legends, and both seemed near undefeatable in their primes.

Each reservation includes entry to Echo Bravo, a seat, a beer or 5 Jell-O shots! Enjoy the fight while chowing down on our wing and smashburger menu!

Echo Bravo follows all indoor Covid safety guidelines according to New York City's mandate.

Echo Bravo is an American-style neighborhood sports bar with great cocktails, frozen drinks, chicken wings, and smash burgers!

Brooklyn Navy Yard

141 Flushing Avenue

Brooklyn, NY 11205

$60 cover

Temperature checks will be done at the door. Masks are required when walking around but not required when sitting. Socially distanced event!

We will be following all New York City mandated socially distanced guidelines. Limited tickets are available

- Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com

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