A pandemic, Donald Trump losing a presidential election, Aston Villa beating Liverpool 7-2. If 2020 hasn't been weird enough then it's about to get a whole lot weirder as former heavyweight champion of the world Mike Tyson takes on former four-weight world champion Roy Jones Jr in an exhibition bout in California.
Tyson hasn't fought in over 15 years with three of his last four bouts as a professional coming by stoppage losses at the hands of Lennox Lewis, Danny Williams and Kevin McBride. To say Tyson was past it then would be an understatement, so you have to wonder what he'd be like now 15 years on.
Jones, meanwhile, has had a prolonged career with his last fight coming just two years ago and he goes into the fight with Tyson off 12 victories from his last 13 bouts, with his most recent loss coming at the hands of Welshman, Enzo Maccarinelli, back in 2015.
The more you think about this fight the weirder you find it. These two are two of the greatest boxers to ever walk the earth, and Tyson is now stepping into the ring 34 years after becoming the youngest heavyweight champion of all-time at the age of 54, whilst Jones hasn't really stopped since making his debut in 1989, bar a two-year break since fighting Scott Sigmon in early 2018.
It is all a bit weird but at the end of the day, it's unlikely to ruin either of their legacies as ultimately is basically a charity fight so may the best man win. Here we take a look at a Tyson v Jones preview and all the Tyson v Jones odds.