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

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

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

Tyson vs Jones PPV French Quarter New Orleans Watch Party

Come join us every week here in New Orleans at the American Sports Saloon, 1200 Decatur, for all the best fight action with sound!

The American Sports Saloon

1200 Decatur Street

New Orleans, LA 70116

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3940 Thalia Street

New Orleans, LA 70125

Bet The Tyson Jones Fight

Mike Tyson vs Roy Jones Jr.

Nov 28 Sat 2020.

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Yes

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Who will bleed first? Bet Now

08:00 PM

Mike Tyson

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08:00 PM

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More About Where to Watch

The PPV event of the year is here and seats are limited. Make your reservations early. We can usually add 1 or 2 seats to most tables (only 1 ticket required per table), so please indicate if you need an extra seat, but we cannot exceed 10 people in a group. There is a $20 pp minimum spend per attendee while at event.

Reservation CHECK IN REQUIRED BY 8PM, and reservations are released for anyone that has not checked in by that time without refunds.

Masks required when not seated (at check-in, when going to restrooms/smoke/etc).

Reservations taken online up to 6 hours in advance of kickoff.

Fight action starts at 8PM with sound.

Dress appropriately for balcony seating.

With 70+ TVs, amplified sound, we are the best sports bar and experience in New Orleans. Come enjoy great food & drink, and friendly service.

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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