I believe Roy Jones's style was build on being confident and getting in his opponent's head. Once he lost that confidence, he wasn't the same. I mean, I didn't like his facial expression when Griffin was countering him with big shots. Roy resorted to showboating and that didn't bother Griffin at all. It's like as soon as you aply alot of pressure, Roy goes into some weird shell.
Tony calling out hopkins? You do realize the man is a heavyweight right? When was a possible time they could have fight? Lets see:
There was a small chance they could have fought but hopkins lost to jones so that opportunity died. Then Toney could barely make 168 and lost to jones himself, so again, any opportunity died and then toney's ass ate his way up to LH, cruiserweight and finally HW. When exactly could they have fought? Retarded ass post, there was no time since toney was always at least two weight classes higher than bhop.
haha, I like how you used my gif of calzaghe slapping his way through a spiderweb. Such accuracy, such awesomeness. What a talented fighter, wow, he narrowly beat a 42 year old man. Great accomplishment!!
Roy is a quiter, I've had the balls to say that here on Boxingscene. He pulled the same crap against Tarver in the 2nd/ 3rd fight and against Calzaghe. If you ain't trying to win, you're pretty much a quiter.