WATCH: Holyfield vs Belfort press conference featuring former president Donald Trump, at 1 pm ET

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The final press conference for Saturday’s Holyfield vs Belfort pay-per-view event will take place today at 1 pm ET, and features guest commentator, and forty-fifth US President Donald Trump.

Watch the Holyfield vs Belfort press conference featuring Donald Trump

Triller Fight Club’s latest foray into boxing promotion goes down on September 11 from the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Hollywood, Florida. However, before the gloves get laced and the competitors get down to business, the event’s final press event will take place today inside the Fort Lauderdale Marriott Harbor Beach Resort and Spa.

The press conference — which you can watch live in the embedded video above — will feature event headliners Vitor Belfort and Evander Holyfield. However, the presser will also include the PPV’s special guest commentator in former president Donald Trump.

The promotion made headlines this week when they announced that Trump would be a part of an alternate “gamecast” commentary that viewers can choose to listen during the broadcast. The other commentary options are, of course, the traditional English and Spanish language versions of the broadcast. Along with Trump on his “gamecast” commentary will be Ultimate Fighting Championship star welterweight Jorge Masvidal, and veteran play-by-play announcer Todd Grisham.

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U.S. President Donald Trump tosses a Make America Great Again hat into a crowd of thousands after speaking at the Des Moines International Airport during a rally in Iowa on Wednesday, Oct. 14, 2020.

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The pay-per-view card will air exclusively on FITE TV and commence at 7 pm ET.

The original main event was set to pit Belfort (26-14 MMA) versus boxing legend Oscar De La Hoya, however, the Mexican great tested positive for COVID-19 and was removed from the card. Holyfield (44-10-2) is stepping in on a little over a weeks’ notice.

The event will also feature a co-main event boxing matchup between UFC middleweight GOAT Anderson Silva and fellow UFC great Tito Ortiz.

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