To be a true champion you take on all on comers not dodge them. He will never come back from these losses as a boxer....... I can't tell you how happy I'am that this idiot also lost his contract with HBO to commentate.was some of the best news I heard all year just the though of not having to listen to this wanna be poser yack on the mic about how good he is brought tears of joy to My eyes Make way for My hero's ..
Antonio Barrerra, Bernard Hopkins and Manny Pacquiao...... if your reading this.....which I hope you are...... if you boxed as good as you brag about yourself you could have been someone.rant is finished.............. Pound for pound one of the bestlet's see Hopkins vs Jones 2..............could probably never happen know... I would enjoy watching the champ school Jones for twelve rounds ending it with a knock out...
He deserved a better end and boxing deserved a better ending.
Dating back to 2011, he’s won 10 of 11 fights, but none of those victories coming against a quality opponent. (The fact that he can’t get his fights on television anymore argues differently.) My personal belief has long been that Jones, noted for a somewhat lackadaisical attitude toward his job back in his prime, found out how much he loved boxing after his gifts had eroded.
The matchmaker took a beating, Enzo and his entourage escaped with respect.
Since that night Jones Jr has fought three times, had three wins, including one against a man having his very first fight.
Jones will be 49 when fights in his hometown of Pensacola, Florida, in February and having his 75th professional fight.
It was in Seoul, thirty years ago, at the Olympics ruined by corruption in the boxing competition that Jones Jr, the most dazzling of amateurs, was denied the gold medal by the most wicked of judging scandals.
The defeats came, starting in 2004 and twice he lost three in a row, often dropped and not moving as the referee counted or the doctor jumped in desperately seeking assurances that Jones Jr was still breathing.