Ace McCloud said:
Wow, you really don't know, huh?
I can name a ton more f!ghters if you'd like? It wouldn't make sense though because you really are not a follower of the sport or the business of sport.
Roy was not a ppv f!ghter. He was under contract by HBO but the majority of his f!ghts were NOT on ppv.
Explain to me how Roy Jones 'unified' the division without the 4th belt? The belt that Dariusz had? Roy had 3 belts recognized belts.
I don't like arguing with the inferior so, this is my last post directed at you. It is apparent that you are clueless about both the sport, the business, and the spelling of f!ghters' names. You may continue on to your blissful ignorance now.
He is also noted for holding the WBC, WBA, IBF, IBO, NABF, WBF, and IBA light heavyweight championships at the same time. For many years, he was regarded as the Ring Magazine pound for pound champion of boxing.
Jones began 1999
by knocking out New York City police officer Rick Frazier. After this, many boxing critics[who?] started to criticize Jones for f!ghting overmatched mandatories who few had ever heard of. Roy Jones continued a career of low PPV numbers
retire from postin an retire from watchin boxin.u claim to have boxin knowledge but somehow dont know that thier are more divisions an titles than ever b4.