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Greatest Knockouts in Boxing History: 25-21

Robert Silva is counting down the greatest knockouts of all-time. Here are the previous lists in case you need to catch up: 50-46 45-41 40-36 35-31 30-26 Onto the top 25… 25: James Toney Vs Michael Nunn May 10, 1991 Davenport, Iowa Venue: John O’Donnell Stadium Going into his fifth defense of his IBF world…

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Greatest Light Heavyweights In Boxing History: Roy Jones

“Rob, Roy is the closest I’ve seen to a perfect fighter since Ali before they blackballed him.” Those were the words my father wrote on a piece of paper after we attended our final fight card together on January 15, 2000 at New York’s historic Radio City Music Hall. My father, battling Stage 4 throat…

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Video – Roy Jones Goes Out Again

Earlier today, Roy Jones fought Denis Lebedev in Russia, and like has been the norm of late, Jones was beaten, and scarily went out cold on his feet. Hopefully Roy will watch this back and consider retirement because it’s very sad to watch the former champion get beaten to a pulp. See the video below:…

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FGB Radio – UFC 107 And TLC PPV Previews Plus A Bunch Of News

Big D and I talked about so many things on this show, I’ll give you the run down that I sent him. Umaga thoughts Hendo and Lashley signing with Strikeforce Mayweather/Pacquiao near done Roy Jones/Bernard Hopkins/Paul Williams vs. Sergio Martinez UFC: TUF Finale Chuck/Tito Rampage returning Matt Hughes vs. Renzo Gracie UFC 107 preview WWE:…

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Roy Jones vs. Joe Calzaghe – Calzaghe Wins A Lopsided Decision

I’m not watching the fight tonight, but Bad Left Hook is covering the fight. I’ll be back later with a summary of what happened. I’m back. The pitter-pats were harder than I thought. I don’t know. He won the fight. He definitely won the fight. That’s the quote that stands out most (courtesy of ESPN’s…

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