Trump and son get in booth for alternative broadcast of Belfort -Holyfield bout
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Former President Donald Trump served as a ringside commentator for the boxing match between Evander Holyfield and Vitor Belfort at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino.
Former President Donald Trump provided ringside commentary for a pay-per-view boxing event Saturday night that saw former heavyweight world champion Evander Holyfield lose in a first-round technical knockout to MMA star Vitor Belfort.

Trump received a warm welcome from the crowd at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood, Florida, which erupted into cheers when his name was announced as the evening's special guest.

He and son Donald Trump Jr. called the entire four-fight card for the Triller "gamecast," giving live analysis and discussing his experiences in the boxing business.

In comments before the first fight, the ex-president acknowledged the 20th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terror attacks, and repeated criticisms of the Biden administration over the chaotic US evacuation from Afghanistan.

"As a country, in the United States, it's certainly one of the most important days, and we had a very bad week because of some of the decisions that have been made that made it even more somber than it should normally be," he said.

Patrick Reilly
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