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    Default Re: Roy Jones Jnr V Gerald McClellan Circa 1994

    Quote Originally Posted by Taeth View Post
    I argue that Roy had a pretty good chin until he came back down to 175, and that Tarver is a pretty heavy handed guy who hit him perfectly. There is no excuse for what Glen Johnson did to him because up until that point Roy was blocking almost everything Glen was throwing, at least to his head.
    Watch that fight again...Roy was out on his feet and only the ropesand him leaning on johnson, kept him up in round 4 or five think. He recovered and threw a few hooks. Point is he was already getting hit too much before the knockout.

    The entire time I kept saying "he's going to get knocked out again", He just didn't look right at all. I was actually in Memphis, Tn for that fight. Once I heard that his home was wrecked in the hurricane, then he drove from florida to tennessee for the fight, I knew he wasnt going to look good.
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    Default Re: Roy Jones Jnr V Gerald McClellan Circa 1994

    I watched that fight plenty of times, he was badly stunned once before the KO, but Johnson was landing 90% of his punches on Roy's gloves.

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    Default Re: Roy Jones Jnr V Gerald McClellan Circa 1994

    Quote Originally Posted by Violent Demise View Post
    McClellan respected Jacksons power. Hell everybody did. He didn't go looking for the quick knock out against Jackson in there first fight. I don't see him respecting Jones power as much as he did Jackson's. And i think that would be his downfall
    Big difference in their second fight. Jackson goes back to the ropes and G-Man threw a flurry of punches and later on connects with a body blow to finish with a KO win.

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    Default Re: Roy Jones Jnr V Gerald McClellan Circa 1994

    Around this time I think it would have been a very tough fight, I think Jones would have gone on to win by pts but you never know if McClellan had have touched him it could have been all over!
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    Default Re: Roy Jones Jnr V Gerald McClellan Circa 1994

    I would favour RJJ at his absolute best. Gerald had massive power though, I have no doubt he is one of the hardest P4P punchers ever.

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