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Roy Jones Jr.-Dawid Kostecki is Heading To June 30th

By Luke Furman

According to several sources in Poland, light heavyweight Dawid Kostecki (39-1, 25 KOs) will face American boxing legend, 43-year-old Roy Jones Jr. (55-8, 40 KOs), a former four division world champion, on June 30th in Lodz.  The fight would take place over the ten round distance at light heavyweight.

Kostecki lost once, a ninth round knockout to Rachid Kanfouah in 2006. Jones snapped a three fight losing streak in December, winning a ten round decision over Max Alexander. Jones' last two fights took place at the cruiserweight level.

Luke Furman covers boxing for bokser.org.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by iniduoh on 05-23-2012

Jones has become a nut-case.

Comment by ironmike2012 on 05-22-2012

[QUOTE=amayseng;12157781]honest to GOD i am in favor of an over 40 boxing league where the fights are 6 rounds and they wear 16 oz special gloves. anyone else agree? this would enable fighters who cant let go a safe way…

Comment by Achille on 05-22-2012

I don't know what he is thinking especially going back down to LHW for this fight too soon. Jones was 199 his last fight. I hope he makes it through and proves me wrong. It's highly unlikely he is just…

Comment by UrGonnaLooos on 05-22-2012

[B][I]Roy PLEASE hang them up...[/I][/B] :boxing:

Comment by V.WEBB on 05-22-2012

Roy Jones Jr. has 8 losses (7 legit L's with one DQ) on his record....imagine that. :nonono:

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