The Mike Tyson vs. Roy Jones exhibition is over, and not a minute too soon. An out-of-shape Jones could barely make it through the eight two-minute rounds and only Tyson's failure to go for the kill saved the once-great but now 51 year-old Jones from embarrassment. Jones had one gimmick move he used a couple of times each round but spent the rest of the time tying up Tyson. The 54 year-old Tyson looked the part, getting down to his prime fighting weight of 220 for this show, and the two men exchanged just enough punches to keep fans resonably entertained. Trainer Kevin Cunningham described it best, tweeting, "Mike and Roy put on a decent show for two guys over 50. It’s time to get back to real fights." The obviously pre-arranged WBC scorecards had it a draw with Chad Dawson calling it 76-76, Christy Martin seeing it 79-73 Tyson, and Vinny Paz with a fictitional score of 80-76 Jones. Since the pay-per-view appears to have done good business, can a Tyson-Holyfield exhibition be far behind?