none of these guys would have got near rjj.bill1234 said:
He does that move a lot now, I don't know why people don't know whats coming I mean come on!!! :laugh:tommygunn said:none of these guys would have got near rjj.
they would have all fallen to the cock punch that he knocked down james toney with. :laugh:
He waits a good 5 sec to throw it though, their best bet would be just to sort of crouch down and completly cover up, then when he throws it, they can counter and are temperarily out of danger.tommygunn said:seriously bill i think they know its comming but he's just to fast to stop.
thats the roy i mean henry.:thumbsup:hhascup said:If Jones would have retired after the Ruiz bout, we would all be saying that he was one of the All-Time Pound for Pound Greats EVER!
Jones was Ranked as the #1 Pound-4-Pound Boxer of All-Time in the Nov./Dec. 1997 issue of International Boxing Digest.
Named "Fighter of the Decade" by the Boxing Writers Association of America in 1999.
Don't forget when holmes lost to Tyson and got robbed against Spinks twice.tommygunn said:thats the roy i mean henry.:thumbsup:
i like to remember fighters ion there peak, not when there past there best like roy was when he fought tarver for the second time, or when ali lost to berbick, or when tyson lost to douglas, or even when bill's hero holmes lost to mcCall.
the roy who went up to fight ruiz was one of the best fighters ever to lace up the gloves.
Larry was 35 and 36, he was undefeated because he was one of the greatest heavyweights of all time and was beating people by lopsided ud's and TKO's. After the fight with Larry, Spinks was asked what thought he did to win, and he didn't say anything because he knew he got very lucky to get that decision.tommygunn said:larry wasn't over the hill when he fought spinks bill he was still prety much at his best and was undefeated, i thought they split those fights.