When Mike Tyson faces Roy Jones Jr. this weekend, he will look to do what he was most famous for in his prime -- get a quick knockout. Tyson and Jones will return to the ring when they face each other in an eight-round exhibition boxing match on November 28. While many in the combat sports world are understandably excited to see the two boxing icons finally face off against each other -- even if it's well beyond their prime -- there was some disappointment when it came to the ruleset for the bout. For one, if either fight is cut during the bout, the contest will be stopped. In addition, there are no judges involved as this is purely an exhibition with the California State Athletic Commission expecting both fighters not to seek the knockout. However, Tyson won't be following those expectations according to his coach Rafael Cordeiro. "Two legends in the ring, they both are going for the finish,\u201d Cordeiro told MMA Fighting. \u201cThe fight has three judges and a referee, so it\u2019s a real fight and must have a winner. "It\u2019s no longer an exhibition, someone has to win. We\u2019ll try to win from start to finish. \u2026 Mike is not going there for an exhibition, he\u2019s going there to fight.\u201d Tyson's Plan Is To Get The Knockout Enforcing a no-knockout rule is extremely difficult, especially when you have two competitors such as Tyson and Jones who are known for finishing their opponents. And as far as Cordeiro is concerned, no fighter spars a full month purely for an exhibition bout. \u201cWe\u2019re on a sparring week in the gym and that\u2019s it,\u201d Cordeiro said. \u201cThat\u2019s something he really enjoys. No one spars a full month for an exhibition. It will be a real fight. We respect Roy because Roy is coming for a real fight, and that\u2019s what makes this match so different. They are both coming for a real fight. \u201c... But the plan is to get in and not walk away from that Mike Tyson essence. (The essence) is there and no one can take it away. If he has the opportunity and realizes (Jones Jr.) felt it, he\u2019ll go for the knockout.\u201d https:\/\/twitter.com\/MikeTyson\/status\/1331447572305641473?s20 Whatever happens, it promises to be a memorable event.