Roy Jones Jr. 64 Career Boxing Fights On 25 DVDs With Motion Menus
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               ROY JONES JR. 64 fights on 25 boxing DVDs
Fights Boxing DVD 1
Roy Jones Jr. vs Lyles I (AM)
Roy Jones Jr. vs Lyles II (AM)
Roy Jones Jr. vs Levine (AM)
Roy Jones Jr. vs Makalamba (AM)
Roy Jones Jr. vs Zaitsev (AM)
Roy Jones Jr. vs Woodhall (AM)
Roy Jones Jr. vs Si-Hun (AM)
Fights Boxing DVD 8
Roy Jones Jr. vs Lucas
Roy Jones Jr. vs Brannon
Roy Jones Jr. vs McCallum
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ROY JONES JR. 64 fights on 25 boxing DVDS
Fights Boxing DVD 21
Roy Jones Jr. vs Calzaghe
Roy Jones Jr. vs Sheika
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Fights Boxing DVD 7
Roy Jones Jr. vs Byrd
Roy Jones Jr. vs Pazienza
Roy Jones Jr. vs Thornton
Roy Jones Jr. vs Sosa
Fights Boxing DVD 3
Roy Jones Jr. vs Stackhouse
Roy Jones Jr. vs Evans
Roy Jones Jr. vs Daigle
Roy Jones Jr. vs Yarbrough
Fights Boxing DVD 16
Roy Jones Jr. vs G. Johnson
Roy Jones Jr. vs Tarver III
Fights Boxing DVD 12
Roy Jones Jr. vs Hall
Roy Jones Jr. vs Harding
Fights Boxing DVD 2
Roy Jones Jr. vs Randall
Roy Jones Jr. vs S. Johnson
Roy Jones Jr. vs Amundsen
Roy Jones Jr. vs McCluskey
Roy Jones Jr. vs Mitchem
Roy Jones Jr. vs Brown
Roy Jones Jr. vs R. Johnson
Roy Jones Jr. vs Williams
Roy Jones Jr. vs Miller
Fights Boxing DVD 5
Roy Jones Jr. vs Harris
Roy Jones Jr. vs Wolfe
Roy Jones Jr. vs Hopkins I
Roy Jones Jr. vs Malinga
Fights Boxing DVD 10
Roy Jones Jr. vs Del Valle
Roy Jones Jr. vs Grant
Roy Jones Jr. vs Frazier
Fights Boxing DVD 14
Roy Jones Jr. vs Woods
Roy Jones Jr. vs Ruiz
Fights Boxing DVD 18
Roy Jones Jr. vs Hanshaw
Fights Boxing DVD 4
Roy Jones Jr. vs Vaca
Roy Jones Jr. vs Serwano
Roy Jones Jr. vs Castro
Roy Jones Jr. vs Thomas
Fights Boxing DVD 6
Roy Jones Jr. vs Garcia
Roy Jones Jr. vs Tate
Roy Jones Jr. vs Toney
Fights Boxing DVD 9
Roy Jones Jr. vs Griffin I
Roy Jones Jr. vs Griffin II
Roy Jones Jr. vs Hill
Fights Boxing DVD 11
Roy Jones Jr. vs R. Johnson
Roy Jones Jr. vs Telesco
Fights Boxing DVD 13
Roy Jones Jr. vs Harmon
Roy Jones Jr. vs Gonzalez
Roy Jones Jr. vs Kelly
Fights Boxing DVD 15
Roy Jones Jr. vs Tarver I
Roy Jones Jr. vs Tarver II
Fights Boxing DVD 20
Roy Jones Jr. 24/7 Calzaghe
Fights Boxing DVD 19
Roy Jones Jr. vs Trinidad
Fights Boxing DVD 25
Roy Jones Jr. documentary
Fights Boxing DVD 22
Roy Jones Jr. vs Lacy
Fights Boxing DVD 23
Roy Jones Jr. vs Hopkins II Fight Preview
Roy Jones Jr. vs Hopkins II
Fights Boxing DVD 24
Roy Jones Jr. documentary
Fights Boxing DVD 17
Roy Jones Jr. vs Ajamu

Roy Levesta Jones Jr.(born January 16, 1969) is an American Professional boxer, boxing commentator, boxing trainer, rapper, and actor who holds dual American and Russian citizenship. He is a former six time, four weight world champion, having held titles at middleweight, super middleweight, light heavyweight, and heavyweight, and is the only boxer in history to start his professional career as a light middleweight and go on to win a heavyweight title. As an amateur he represented the United States at the 1988 Summer Olympics, winning a silver medal in the light middleweight division.


Jones, who is considered by many to be one of the best boxers of all time, pound for pound, left his mark in the sport’s history when he won the WBA heavyweight title in 2003, becoming the first former middleweight champion to win a heavyweight title in 106 years. He also became the undisputed light heavyweight champion in 1999, by unifying the WBA, WBC, and IBF titles. During his prime, Jones was known for possessing exceptional hand speed, athleticism, movement and reflexes.


The Boxing Writers Association of America (BWAA) named Jones as the Fighter of the Decade for the 1990s. He was also named Fighter of the year for 2003 by the World Boxing Hall of Fame, and is a three time winner of the Best Boxer ESPY Award (1996, 2000, and 2003).


Early years

On turning professional, he had already sparred with many professional boxers, including NABF Champion Ronnie Essett, IBF Champion Lindell Holmes and Sugar Ray Leonard. Jones began as a professional on May 6, 1989, knocking out Ricky Randall in two rounds in Pensacola at the Bayfront Auditorium. For his next fight, he faced the more experienced Stephan Johnson in Atlantic City, beating him by a knockout in round eight.


Super Middleweight title

Roy Jones vs James Toney

On November 18, 1994, Jones was set to face undefeated IBF Super Middleweight Champion James Toney, who was ranked highly in the “pound for pound” ranking. Toney was undefeated after 46 bouts and was rated the best in the world at 168 lbs. Billed as “The Uncivil War”, Toney vs Jones was heavily hyped and on PPV. Jones, for the first time in his career, was the underdog.


Over the course of the 12 round unanimous decision, Jones demonstrated his greatness. He danced circles around Toney, utilizing his speed and athleticism to dictate the action, and landing quick combinations whenever Toney pressured him. Jones scored a flash knockdown in the third round with a leaping left hook after goading Toney by imitating a fighting cock. Ring magazine called Jones’ performance the most dominant of any big fight in 20 years. Jones landed 285 of 614 punches (46%) and Toney connected on 157 of 451 (35%). Jones was ahead on all three judges scorecards (117-110, 119-108, & 118-109). The fight generated 300,000 pay-per-view buys.


Miscellaneous defenses

In 1995, Jones defended his super middleweight title successfully multiple times. He began the year by knocking out IBF #1 Antoine Byrd in round one. This was the first time a championship fight took place at Pensacola. In a fight billed as ‘The Devil & Mr. Jones’, he faced former IBF Lightweight Champion Vinny Pazienza and defeated him in round six, after knocking down Pazienza three times. In the fourth round, Jones became the first fighter in CombuBox history to go an entire round without being hit by his opponent. Pazienza was credited with throwing five punches and landing zero. Pazienza was guaranteed $1.35 million, while Jones, who worked off percentages of the gate and the pay-per-view revenue, was guaranteed at least $2 million. Jones then beat Tony Thornton in round two by KO three months later.