Trump and son to commentate Holyfield’s latest boxing comeback
Two things don’t make sense: ancient boxing legend Evander Holyfield is back in the ring once more, and Donald Trump and Donald Trump Jr. commenting on the ring for the match.
Holyfield, who dominated the ring in the 1990s and made a comeback due to financial problems, is almost 59 years old and will face Vitor Beifort, 44, this weekend.
The Trumps will do the TV work, according to ESPN’s Mike Coppinger, who heard from the organizer of Scrap Triller.
“Donald Trump has signed a contract to call a ‘gamecast’ of Saturday’s boxing event headlined by Evander Holyfield-Vitor Belfort, Triller told ESPN,” Coppinger tweeted, adding that Trump Jr will be participating. with him in Hollywood, Fla.
Holyfield is famous for winning several heavyweight titles and twice defeating Mike Tyson, having part of his ear bitten off during a bout.
Belfort is a longtime mixed martial arts fighter who last entered the cage in 2018.
Trump, the former president of the United States, has a history with boxing through his casinos.
The fight takes place over 20NS 9/11 anniversary.