Check out the footage … both Mike and Roy were all smiles when they officially signed on the dotted line last month during a Zoom call.
Our sources tell us Triller — a social media app looking to overtake TikTok — shelled out roughly $50 mil for the rights to the fight, looking to make a statement that they’re serious about moving into the live events space.
Mike says he’s personally not getting rich from the fight — saying his cut will go to charity … “I’m not getting anything.”
Tyson says his mission in life isn’t to amass wealth — it’s to help people in need, and doing this fight was a great way for him to make an impact.
As for Roy, he tells us the way his contract is structured, he has the potential to rake in more than $10 MILLION for the fight, as long as the PPV numbers are big.
Roy says he can make more money at 51-years-old than he did when he was 31!
As we previously reported, the epic matchup is set to go down in California on Sept. 12 — with no fans in attendance due to the COVID pandemic.