Join Date: May 2006
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Moorer had the style and stance to trouble Jones, Moorer was a tall, big light heavyweight with huge power in both hands and had a great jab, he was also a southpaw. The tall southpaws who know how to use range, gave Jones trouble, even at his best. Jones' speed, athleticism and awkwardness would have given Moorer a lot of trouble too so it's a tough fight to call, Jones had trouble getting off his shots against those types of southpaws though. If Jones can avoid Moorer's big shots for 12 rounds, then I think he wins a competitve decision, somewhere along the lines of 116-112, but if Moorer lands a big shot, which is definitely not out of the question, he knocks Jones out.