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Photos: Roy Jones Jr. Schools Young Moscow Boxers
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Moscow, Russia - On Tuesday, the Academy of Boxing in the Luzhniki Stadium had a special guest, as master-class former four division world champion Roy Jones Jr. showed the young Russian amateur boxers a few tricks. Before that, the president of Olympic Committee of Russia, Alexander Zhukov, presented a special gold medal to Jones. The reason for presenting this award is related to the 1988 Olympic Games in Seoul, where Jones suffered a controversial defeat to local boxer Park Si Hun in the final match.

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comment by ghost deini, on 04-04-2012
[QUOTE=Bombs]Great guy, great legend too bad he didnt know when to retire when it was time. I mean not only for his healthy but legacy, his last fights have hurt his image. This man could have been as great as Pacquiao.[/QUOTE] [QUOTE=*Boss*]Damn....this guy cant be serious...... http://stati...

comment by *Boss*, on 04-04-2012
[QUOTE=Bombs]Great guy, great legend too bad he didnt know when to retire when it was time. I mean not only for his healthy but legacy, his last fights have hurt his image. This man could have been as great as Pacquiao.[/QUOTE] Damn....this guy cant be serious...... http://static.fjcdn.com/comme...

comment by Ivansmamma, on 04-04-2012
[QUOTE=Bombs]This man could have been as great as Pacquiao.[/QUOTE] come on man...

comment by Bombs, on 04-04-2012
Great guy, great legend too bad he didnt know when to retire when it was time. I mean not only for his healthy but legacy, his last fights have hurt his image. This man could have been as great as Pacquiao.

comment by richardt, on 04-04-2012
Benn was exposed by Michael Watson big time. And Eubank couldn't even beat Benn and Steve Collins. Neither one posed a serious threat to Jones.

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