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Photo: Roy Jones Jr., Bobby Gunn Make Weight, Ready For War

Wilmington, DE - Weights from Thursday's weigh in for the "Skill vs. Will" Pay Per View card featuring future Hall of Famer Roy Jones, Jr. taking on Bare Knuckle Legend Bobby Gunn.  The show will be televised LIVE ON PAY-PER beginning at 9 PM ET / 6 PM PT

Bobby Gunn 197.4 - Roy Jones, Jr. 199
(WBF Cruiserweight title)
Kanat Islam 154.2 - Robson Assis 154.6
Frank De Alba 130.2 - German Meraz 129
Joey Tiberi, Jr. 136 - Bryan Timmons 138.2
Dan Biddle 214 - Lamont Singletary 204.8
Olimjon Nazarov 119.4 - Dagoberto Aguero 118.6
Henry Stewart 176.6 - Martez Williamson 190.6
Eddie Ortiz 162.2 - Jeff Chiffens 157.4

Promoters: David Feldman Promotions, Nelsons Promotions, King's Promotions

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Scheduled to be in attendance are former Heavyweight champions Larry Holmes, Tim Witherspoon, Michael Spinks and Tyson Fury

SKILL VS WILL will be distributed live throughout North America via cable and satellite in High Definition by New York-based MultiVision Media, Inc. The broadcast will premiere on Friday, February 17th at 9 PM ET/6 PM PT and will be carried throughout the month on video-on-demand.  Please consult your local guide for channels and encores in your area.  The suggested retail price is $24.99.  The event will also be available worldwide on home computers, laptops, Smart TVs, iPhones, iPads, AppleTV, and Android devices on FITE-TV, Flipps, and other OTT (over-the-top) streaming services.

Tickets are on sale now ranging from $55 - $300 and can be purchased by calling (484) 935-3378 & www.firststatefights.com

Roy Jones, Jr. vs Bobby Gunn, promoted by David Feldman Promotions and the Casino at Delaware Park.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by creekrat77 on 02-17-2017

Roy just seems like a bag of bones now.

Comment by K Man on 02-17-2017

Yeah.. Its time the major sanction bodies impose age limits upon competing for a belt. It's not a discrimination issue it's about health & safety.

Comment by BillyBoxing on 02-17-2017

Who is the zombie standing next to Bobby Gun? This is pretty much useless for Roy to fight and I think he shouldn't have a boxing license. Dude is letting those kos killing his soul, brain and reputation as a…

Comment by suzuky23 on 02-17-2017

Winner to fight winner of Briggs-Oquendo

Comment by Beercules on 02-17-2017

:lol1: why man why

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