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Roy Jones Jr. vs Denis Lebedev Tickets Are Selling Fast

By Ruslan Chikov

Tickets have gone on sale for the return of Roy Jones Jr. (54-7, 40 KOs), who faces top rated cruiserweight puncher Denis Lebedev (21-1, 16 KOs) on May 21 in Moscow. Tickets started selling fast with 2,000 being scooped up. The vast majority of those tickets were the expensive seats. Based on the fast sale ratio of the tickets, the promoters are expecting a full house on fight night at the Dynamo Arena.

Jones, a former four division champion, wants to position himself for a title shot by turning back the clock against the heavily favored Lebedev.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by imisupu on 04-15-2011

Whoever thinks Calzaghe had anything to with RJJ being exposed or they never watched all 3 Tarver fights. RJJ is my favorite fighter ever and the fighter I hate most is Tarver for the fact he gave Superman his cryptonite…

Comment by TaurusJ27 on 04-14-2011

Has to be better than holyfield's last fight.

Comment by gdub27 on 04-14-2011

Any one remember during the 90's when RJJ and Holyfield talked about how they were going to retire early. This is all George Foreman's fault.... No scratch that, it's Micheal Moore's fault for geting lazy on defense in a fight…

Comment by richardt on 04-14-2011

Naps - you are fuking brain dead. Jones was washed up long before the Calzaghe fight! Most fighters are exposed when they are washed up you fuking pea brain!!!!

Comment by NicoBehram on 04-14-2011

[QUOTE=Naps;10373856]Jones is a waste of skin, always has been. I was pissing myself with laughter when Calzaghe brutally exposed him.[/QUOTE] This has to be a piss take...

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