When Roy Jones Jr. and Max Alexander clash for the vacant UBO Inter-Continental Cruiserweight title this Saturday at the Atlanta Civic Center, a lot more, and something more important, than a victory and the title will be at stake.
Jones (54-8, 40 KOs) has challenged Alexander (14-5-2, 2 KOs) to a friendly bet where the loser will donate 1000 meals to charity, and Alexander has accepted.
“Roy, where I come from it is not called a friendly bet”, said Alexander. “I don’t care if it’s doing back flips in the yard or wrestling roosters, I am all for it. So guess what, I accept the challenge. And you will be donating, so get your money right”. Alexander is extremely confident ahead of his fight with the legendary former world champion, and has even told the promoters that he doesn’t need to get paid if he doesn’t win inside six rounds.
Jones has also vowed to knock out Alexander, so it looks like both of them are aiming at getting the 1000 meals out to the needy as quick as possible.
The Jones Jr. vs. Alexander UBO Inter-Continental Cruiserweight title fight on Saturday December 10 at the Atlanta Civic Center is promoted by Square Ring Promotions, KO Kings and Big Play Entertainment. Billed as King Of The Ring 5 Resurrection, the fight is available on Internet Pay-Per-View via http://www.ustream.tv/royjones