03:10am: Badou Jack vs Blake McKernan up now
Former two-weight world champion Badou Jack is in the ring for his eight round bout against Blake McKernan.
Jack is heavily favoured to beat the American.
02:55am: Segawa beats Ortiz
Sulaiman Segawa was forced to take a knee after a crippling body shot during the penultimate round of the fight.
Jermaine Ortiz was ruthless with his assault on Segawa’s body throughout and got the stoppage with little time left in the seventh round.
The left uppercut dropped Segawa to his knee, and from there the result was a mere formality.
After rising to his feet, Segawa was unable to cope with Ortiz’s brutal liver and kidney shots.
02:30am: Nate Robinson and Jake Paul are here!
Nate Robinson, famous for his playing career in the NBA, has arrived at the Staples Center ahead of his bout with Jake Paul.
YouTube phenomenon Paul has fought once before as a professional – beating fellow YouTuber and professional debutant AnEson Gib in one round back in January.
The ‘Problem Child’ arrived shortly after Robinson.
02:25am: Main card starts
We’ve entered the main fight card after Wiz Khalifa’s performance, and now have three fights to go until the big one.
First up, Jermaine Ortiz vs Sulaiman Segawa in the lightweight division.
02:05am: Edward Vazquez beats Irvin Gonzalez
Edward Gonzalez has beaten Irvin Gonzalez on points after a thrilling fight over eight rounds.
The two featherweights traded leather in the middle of the ring throughout, neither wanting to take a backwards step.
But in the end, Vazquez’s superior movement earned him the win.
02.00am: Is a Lennox Lewis comeback next?
Lennox Lewis has seemingly confirmed he would be willing to return to boxing at the age of 55, if the offer is right.
Lewis hasn’t fought since 2003, but admitted he isn’t completely against the idea.
He said: “You know, if it’s right I may come back.
“There’s been talk that Riddick Bowe wants to fight me still, there’s some unfinished business there.”
01.15am: Lennox Lewis speaks out
Legendary heavyweight Lennox Lewis has delivered his verdict and explained how he first met Tyson.
When discussing the first time he heard about Tyson’s return, he said: “I thought what is Roy Jones doing in the heavyweights? He’s not a heavyweight!
“I thought it would be a good matchup because you’ve got two old pros who were great in their time and are great now.”
He went on to detail the first time he met Tyson, when both were amateurs.
Lewis added: “In the amateurs I went to the world championships in 1983 and the American team said I wasn’t the best, there’s a guy in America who doesn’t like taking planes – but he’s the best.
“I elected to go and see him, and it was Mike Tyson! That was where we met for the first time.”
What are the rules for Mike Tyson vs Roy Jones Jr?
Earlier this week there was confusion about what the rules would actually be for the exhibition fight.
There can be a knockout and a winner will be confirmed, insist Triller, the US broadcaster for the bout.
The claims were previously denied by the California commission and the WBC insist there will be no official scoring for the contest.
It should be an exciting match whatever happens in the end.
When are we expecting Mike Tyson in the ring?
The event officially starts at 1am UK time but if you want to see the return of the legendary boxer there is a long wait ahead.
Get your caffeine fix whatever it may be as Tyson vs Jones Jr isn’t expected until around 4am but it could be even later.
Before we get to the main event there is a packed night of undercard action to enjoy including YouTube star Jake Paul taking to the ring once again.
Welcome to our coverage of what is set to be an incredible evening of boxing as none other than ‘Iron’ Mike Tyson makes his return to the ring.
The legend is set to clash with rival Roy Jones Jr in a highly-anticipated exhibition match.
The bout takes place from the Staples Center in Los Angeles and we will have all the action covered for you here on Express Sport.