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> Roy Jones says he's the draw...still begging for De La Hoya fight
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post Jan 29 2008, 09:32 PM
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The good thing is that DLH told him no !!

I hope he gets the winner of Hops Calzaghe then retires win lose or draw !
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post Jan 29 2008, 10:20 PM
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QUOTE(imperial @ Jan 29 2008, 06:13 PM) [snapback]376883[/snapback]
I can't beleive people think Pavlik will ko Jones !!

He is most liekly going to lose To Taylorin the rematch ..And Jones vs DLH should never ever happen plus they already told him no !


If Glen Johnson could, Pavlik certainly could. Roy is very vulnerable now. Even Taylor if he fought Jones the way Jermain fought Pavlik knocks him out. Don't be fooled by the Tito fight!

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post Jan 29 2008, 10:29 PM
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I honestly still think Roy Jones is better then Jermain Taylor even at this point.
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post Jan 29 2008, 11:59 PM
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QUOTE(STEVENSKI @ Jan 29 2008, 05:05 PM) [snapback]376876[/snapback]
Let the hate flow. Don't be a punk like CEO & let go of the hate just because the man gets beat. Use each loss to intensify the hate & concerntrate it.

I did a Indian war dance around the bar when Tarter KO'd him. I celebrated harder when Johnson whipped him like a dog (even though I lost big money betting on Roy to win).


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I wanna Hate so much again...I really miss it.

I'm just waiting for another perfect opportunity to reveal itself...a Margarito fan saying Margarito's the world's most dangerous boxer....a Calzaghe fan saying Calzaghe is #1 P4P....lol...it probably won't take much...and I will strike without warning and with furious anger.

With Roy talking his extreme bullshit, and DLH robbing us of some great matchups by continuing to fight...they could both easily catch some of my Hatred again at any moment.

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post Jan 30 2008, 01:00 AM
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QUOTE(biggeorge89 @ Jan 29 2008, 09:29 PM) [snapback]376903[/snapback]
I honestly still think Roy Jones is better then Jermain Taylor even at this point.


In what ways George?

On career accomplishments and overall natural ability, yes I would have to agree. After all, the only big victories that Taylor had were close debated verdicts over an aging Hopkins. Jermain was a fighter who almost lost to Cory Spinks of all people and had a tougher than expected fight with Ouma.

But this old Jones that got stopped by Tarver and Johnson I think gets KTFO again when Pavlik or Taylor lands flush on his chin. Roy was fearful of swallowing hard punches in his prime. His reflexes don't have the agility that they once did to use the ring like he used to do to avoid hard shots. A prime Roy could see hard shots coming and avoid them. With Tito being even more shot than Roy, it was easy pickings for Jones, once Tito gave as good as he could in a close first four rounds. Old Roy beat an old, old, Trinidad and now he's back? Can't accept that. He'd be lucky to not get stopped by Johnson again. And this Jones is supposed to have a chance against Taylor and especially Pavlik???

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post Jan 30 2008, 01:09 AM
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Roy... You Stooopit....
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post Jan 30 2008, 12:35 PM
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QUOTE(biggeorge89 @ Jan 29 2008, 09:29 PM) [snapback]376903[/snapback]
I honestly still think Roy Jones is better then Jermain Taylor even at this point.

I dont know if he is better than Taylor...but I think out of the big names Taylor would be the one he has the best chance of beating. In terms of boxing skill and quickness RJJ has the edge...but Taylor is a good athlete if anything which makes up for some of his draw-backs. I dont see RJJ being able to stop him...but I could see him winning by decision. However, RJJ is not Pavlik. Taylor wouldnt have to worry so much about RJJ's power so he could really put the pressure on and possibly (and hopefully) hurt RJJ. This would be the best fight out of all possibilitys...anyone else handles RJJ's old ass easily! I just want someone to put his punk ass in his place!
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post Jan 30 2008, 12:38 PM
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I think Roy is faster and more skilled then Taylor even at this point. I think he might be able to outbox Taylor if they ever fought.
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post Jan 30 2008, 02:59 PM
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Roy is delusional about being the draw. But he is still a good fighter. MAYBE this was what he needed. Roy has been fighting without confidence, and it has shown. HE showed us in a couple rounds in his rubber-match with Tarver that he still has it. And why he did not keep it up? Who knows. He had absolutey no hunger in the Johnson fight and has not looked confident in a while. Now, Jones is silly, but he has always been. I believe, that even at this stage in his career, if he were to gain back the confidence he had pre-Tarver, he could beat quite a few fighters that most everyone would count him out against. Call me crazy!!!

Is this enought to rekindle the diabolical hate CEO?

LOL

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post Jan 30 2008, 04:01 PM
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Yeah...the hate's back now.
Roy, you wasted 99% of your prime fighting trash men and cops. You would make offers to good fighters, who would sign to fight, and then you would go silent for 3 months until they had to take other fights, and then you would sign to fight Glen Kelly.
Or, you would send out contracts stipulating an 80 ft ring, that your opponent had to strap pillows to his gloves, wear a blindfold, have both his legs broken right before the fight...and then yell about how they were ducking you.

Now, you're back! Thank God. Just what boxing needs. Finally when some divisions surrounding you are starting to get a clear picture, you come roaring back.
Please stay down. You still haven't healed from that Glenn Johnson KO.
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