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What’s a trill? The right way to Dwell Stream Mike Tyson Vs Roy Jones Jr. Combat on the Social Media App

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Mike Tyson's return to boxing, Jake Paul battling Nate Robinson, and more are hosted on Triller social media app.

When you think of boxing matches, you usually think of traditional display methods like DAZN, ESPN +, or something else. Especially fights with high profile boxers like Tyson. But instead of going a traditional route, Tyson's fight is hosted by a social media app.

What exactly is a trill? While the app has over 100 million monthly active users (per CEO), many may not have heard of it yet. And when you consider that there is a boxing match going on in the app, many wonder why Triller is involved in those fights in the first place.

The following explains what you need to know about trills.

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What is a trill?

Triller is a video-led social media app. The app is very similar to TikTok, but with a few key differences. This guide, created by Influencer Marketing Hub, explains these differences. The main difference is that Triller uses artificial intelligence to edit videos while TikTok is more user-centric.

Triller is also more closely linked to the music business as it deals with Spotify and Apple Music to use songs from their libraries. The app is also owned by Proxima Media, Sony Music Entertainment, Warner Music Group, and Universal Music Group. Investors include big names in the music industry like Snoop Dog, Kendrick Lamar, Lil Wayne and The Weeknd.

This is how trills are defined:

Triller is an AI-powered entertainment app that enables users to create professional-looking videos in seconds. Pick a song, select the part of the song you want to use, take a few takes and with the push of a button you will have a celebrity quality music video with you and your friends.

While there are minor differences between Trill and TikTok, in a broader sense they are essentially the same.

How to watch Mike Tyson versus Roy Jones Jr. fight trills

Mike Tyson's fight against Roy Jones Jr. is broadcast live on Triller. However, your viewing option is not limited to the app on your phone. Triller's broadcast will be available through a computer, smartphone, tablet or smart TV. The fight will be available through the FITE apps on Apple TV, Android TV, Roku, and Amazon Fire.

The fight is also offered through cable providers such as Xfinity, Spectrum, Cox, Verizon, DirecTV, and Dish.

You can purchase the fight as a pay-per-view event via Triller for $ 49.99 at Tyson On Triller.

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How to watch Jake Paul versus Nate Robinson fight trills

Jake Paul's fight against Nate Robinson is broadcast live on trills. However, your viewing option is not limited to the app on your phone. Triller's broadcast will be available through a computer, smartphone, tablet or smart TV. The fight will be available through the FITE apps on Apple TV, Android TV, Roku, and Amazon Fire.

The fight is also offered through cable providers such as Xfinity, Spectrum, Cox, Verizon, DirecTV, and Dish.

You can purchase the fight as a pay-per-view event via Triller for $ 49.99 at Tyson On Triller.

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Why does Mike Tyson fight trills?

Why is legendary boxer Mike Tyson struggling with a social media app designed to attract the Gen Z crowd? That's a good question. The answer is short because Tyson chose it.

"The way we look at our product: We define cultural moments," Triller CEO Mike Lu told ABC News. "Obviously we went against all the big (legacy) companies like ESPN. Everyone wanted that, but true to our 'You do you' motto, we allowed Tyson to express himself on our platform, which is about this cultural moment to create and define and that's why Tyson agreed to do it.

"At the end of the day, someone like Tyson has a choice of throw. What our team could do for Tyson was really show Triller's identity. And we just swung with him."

While Triller is presenting the fight, viewers can watch it through a more traditional pay-per-view option.

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