Jeff Lacy 24 Career Boxing Fights On 9 DVDs With Menus
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                         JEFF LACY 24 fights on 9 boxing DVDs
Fights Boxing DVD 1
Jeff Lacy vs Griffin (AM)
Jeff Lacy vs Palac III (AM)
Jeff Lacy vs Kakietek (AM)
Jeff Lacy vs Conceicao (AM)
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JEFF LACY 24 fights on 9 boxing DVDS
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Fights Boxing DVD 2
Jeff Lacy vs Lowe
Jeff Lacy vs Pope
Jeff Lacy vs Bawah
Fights Boxing DVD 8
Jeff Lacy vs Taylor
Fights Boxing DVD 3
Jeff Lacy vs Grant
Jeff Lacy vs Wiggins
Jeff Lacy vs Tsypko I
Fights Boxing DVD 4
Jeff Lacy vs Vanderpool
Jeff Lacy vs Sheika
Fights Boxing DVD 6
Jeff Lacy vs Calzaghe
Jeff Lacy vs Tsypko II
Jeff Lacy vs Wilson
Jeff Lacy vs Thomas
Jeff Lacy vs Crawford
Jeff Lacy vs Oshana
Fights Boxing DVD 5
Jeff Lacy vs Williams
Jeff Lacy vs Reid
Fights Boxing DVD 7
Jeff Lacy vs Manfredo
Jeff Lacy vs Mendoza
Fights Boxing DVD 9
Jeff Lacy vs Jones Jr.
Jeffrey Scott "Jeff" Lacy (born May 12, 1977) Despite competing in the 2000 Olympics for the United states, winning a world supermiddleweight title that he successfully defended four times, and largely captivating the boxing world with his power and exciting style during his reign.
While his wins against Syd Vanderpool, Rubin Williams, and Omar sheika were impressive, Lacy's beat down of Robin Reid (38-4) was astonishing, Reid, who had given Joe Calzaghe and Sven Ottke all they could handle, was a very live underdog. However, "Left Hook" knocked down "Ther Reaper Man" (as Reid was called) for the first time in his career in the fifth round. He did it again later in the round. Robin was dropped again in rounds six and seven. Ther Reaper lost a point for a headbutt in round five and another point in the seventh round for holding. The referee finally stopped what had now become a slaughter on advice of Reid's corner after round seven.
Lacy, who sported an eye-popping 209-12 amateur record, had seemingly reached the pinnacle of his pro career. After the Reid win, Jeff went to 20-0 as he dispatched Scott Pemberton intwo rounds setting up the super-hyped fight with Joe Calzaghe (40-0) in Manchester, UK with the IBF and WBO super middleweight titles at risk.
Calzaghe vs Lacy (2006)
"It was the only time in my career I was the underdog and everyong had written me off. If anything it motivated me even more to prove I was the best"- Joe Calzaghe
Joe was right. Everyone had written him off. At, 27 staffers gave their opinions and 19 picked Lacy, most by knockout. They were not alone. Doghouse Boxing was 11-2 for Lacy and the Sweet Science staff was 12-2. The American sports books had Lacy as the favorite. Even the British sports books had Lacy as the favorite.
The fight in 2006 has been fully vetted and needs minimal analysis here. Suffice it to say that Joe put on a clinic on and dismantled and bloodied "Left Hook." Quite simply, Joe fought a masterpiece and took away Lacy's will. The one'sided scores read 119-105, 119-107 and 119-107. As Calzaghe later said during his induction into the IBHOF, I'm always grateful to Jeff Lacy for giving me the chance to prove I belonged in the Hall of Fame"
Lacy took off a year after which he ran off three straight wins against solid opposition including a rematch with Vitali Tsypko (19-1) on December 2, 2006. The first fight in 2004 ended in a NC due to a head-butt and resultant cut. Lacy won this one but just barely by scores of 96-94, 96-94, 95-95. After the bout, it was revealed that Lacy had torn his rotator cuff and was injured throughout most of the fight. Lacy had surgery on the injury and did not fight for a year.
Nervertheless, Lacy bore little resemblance to the one that mugged Robin Reid. In 2008, he lost a UD to Jermain Taylor (27-2-1) in a WBO Super Middleweight Title Eliminator. The scorecards read 118-110, 119-109, and 119-109. The writing was now on the wall, for Jeff's vaunted power seemed to have vanished.
After a MD win over limited Otis Griffin in 2009, Jeff suffered a humiliating TKO loss to Roy Jones Jr., via a RTD after 10 rounds. Roy chatted up and joked with the crowd as he had his way with the former Olympian. It was almost surreal to watch this unfold, but then boxing is something that often offers surreal experiences.