Sunday, October 02, 2005

Tarver-Jones III: History is on the line in Tampa

No one in boxing in the last 25 years has dominated the ring in the fashion of Roy Jones Jr. The winner of 23 title fights in four weight divisions, his fights were not simply boxing matches. They were in fact canvases on which the master performed his art. His public stood aghast at his unique ability to seem as if he were the only fighter in the ring actually fighting. No one came close to his speed, his style, his total mastery of every second of every round. In his first 49 fights that mastery was complete. Except for a rule infraction against a surely beaten Montell Griffin, he was essentially perfect. To prove his point he battered the very capable Griffin in their rematch capturing a resounding first round knockout. He left no doubt.

1 Comments:

Anonymous B BIZZACK (THE CRUISERWEIGHT) said...

One word here JE.

"GUN-SHY"...

10:45 PM  

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