Donald Trump and son to commentate at Holyfield boxing match in Hollywood, report says

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Former President Donald Trump and his son Donald Trump Jr. will both attend a Sept. 11 boxing match in Hollywood, ESPN first reported Tuesday night.

Trump signed a contract to provide commentary on a “gamecast” of the match Saturday, and both he and his son will be at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino for the event, ESPN reported.

Evander Holyfield, former heavyweight champion, and Vitor Belfort, former UFC light heavyweight champion, are headlining the event. Other matches include Anderson Silva and Tito Ortiz, Andy Vences and Jono Carroll and David Haye and Joe Fournier, according to a schedule posted by Triller Fight Club, a video-streaming service.

Since the end of his presidency in January, Trump has lived at his private club Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach. He has also spent time this summer in Bedminster, N.J. Earlier this year, Trump Jr. and his girlfriend Kimberly Guilfoyle bought a waterfront mansion in Jupiter.

Newsweek reported the fight was originally scheduled to be in California but was moved to Florida once California State Athletic Commission refused to sanction the fight.

The fight starts at 6 p.m. at Hard Rock Live, and tickets are on sale, ranging from $66 to $506, the casino said in a release Tuesday. Viewers can purchase a pay-per-view option at $49.99.

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