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September 26, 2005, 12:12 PM

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Yes ... This one warranted a trilogy. I'm a Roy FAN! Big Time! So my heart is with Roy and hoping he pulls it out. My brain however is giving it to Tarver. Experience is saying .... (and I hate to say it) .... probably by knockout.


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September 26, 2005, 12:19 PM

I like Roy and I hope he knock Tarvers azz out!!!


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September 26, 2005, 01:11 PM

I'll be pulling for Roy so he can ride off into the sunset on a win. He had a phenomenal career but father time has caught up with him. I've read where he has injured his left hand while sparring in preparation for this fight. Could be a ploy, could just already be getting excuses ready.

Once Roy got up in the heavier weights, it was all about speed and reflexes. Those things are the first to go as you get older. He was never really a heavy hitter once he moved to Light Heavyweight. I think at best, he'll pull out a decision over Tarver but he could be facing his 3rd straight KO loss. Sad way to end a career, especially for a guy that was once considered "Mr. Unstoppable".



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September 26, 2005, 02:01 PM

I'd like to see Jones pull out this last one. I vote goes to him but my brain says he could very well be finished on the losing end of the stick.

Jones is the man!!!


God Speed Jeff! You'll never be forgotten.

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