Francois Botha, who holds the "WBF heavyweight title," will fight Evander Holyfield in Uganda on January 16. (Wink, wink.)
Holyfield (42-10-2, 27 KO) turned 47 in October and hasn't fought since his mind-numbingly boring and fairly controversial decision loss to Nikolai Valuev in December 2008. Botha (47-4-3, 28 KO) is a spry 41, and is 3-0-1 since his 2007 comeback. The draw came in his last fight, an eight-rounder against 39-year-old Cuban Pedro Carrion (8-1-1, 6 KO). Botha has called that the worst performance of his career.
Chances are this fight never happens. You can almost set your watch to Evander scheduling a fight in a foreign country and then it never happening, so don't expect this one to actually take place either.
And if it does, that's 88 years of heavyweight in the ring. I suppose if it does happen, and Holyfield were to get the W, he'd start calling himself heavyweight champion of the world and demanding fights with the Klitschkos.