Saturday, January 12, 2008

Nice of you wanting to fight Roy.

Roy Jones is calling out every one it seems.

Don't you wish that Roy Jones Jr. had the attitude he's displaying now in, oh, 1997, when he still had the kind of physical gifts that prompted some to call him the most talented boxer in history?
If you missed it, not only did Jones promise to inflict all sorts of mayhem upon Felix Trinidad when they meet on Jan. 19 on an HBO Pay-Per-View card at Madison Square Garden in New York, but he also said:
He’d travel to the U.K. to fight unbeaten super middleweight champion Joe Calzaghe.
He'd face the best light heavyweights (except for Bernard Hopkins) on their home turf.
He'd go to Tampa, Fla., to face Antonio Tarver and to Miami, to take on Glen Johnson, each of whom has already knocked him out on neutral turf.
He'd even be willing, he said, to take on someone like Mike Tyson or Evander Holyfield

It would not be because no one really wants to see you any more would it?

This all of a sudden desire to beat up the world.

I was always cool on Jones because he always to the safe way out, true he fopuht number one contenders but being ranked #1 in boxing doesnt mean your #1.

It's like qualifcations for a job, it's not what you know but who you know.

Doesnt mean your qualified for jack.

Roy knew that any boxing fan worth his salt knew that.

Yet Roy chose to cherry pick, he jumped up to heavy just long enough to snatch a belt and drop down with out defending it.

When Hopkins was hot and the money was right he refused the rematch, the Tito fight could of been done years ago, Where was the rematch with Johnson, Tarver, Toney?

Fights people would have paid big money to see, instead of the exhibitions that he put on with talentless pugs.

Now your out of the lime light and you want to get back in the right way.

Well I call Bull#$@ RJ, show me.