Roy Jones Jr vs Jeff Lacy Results Video

August 17, 2009

The highly anticipated Roy Jones Jr vs Jeff Lacy boxing match took place in Biloxi on Saturday. Read more about the story, plus browse pictures and video here.

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Roy Jones Jr.

If you were lucky then you were able to catch the Roy Jones Jr. vs Jeff Lacy fight for free last night (Sunday, August 16th, 2009). The video was available online for approximately 6 hours, but due to copyright issues all live stream video has been taken down.

It was a defining moment for boxing enthusiasts around the globe as two brilliant boxers battled it out at the Mississippi Coast Coliseum on Saturday. However, to nobody’s surprise the more capable of the two fighters came out victorious.

In the third round Jones, 40, connected with a left hook that cut the 32-year-old Lacy’s right eye, and by the 7th round both of his eyes were swelling. When the 11th round came the battered boxers tank was on empty. He didn’t answer the bell so the referee called the fight.

Despite Lacy’s best effort he was just no match for the faster, stronger Jones.
Although he was outclassed in the fight he displayed tremendous sportsmanship when he congratulated his winning opponent whole-heartedly at the end.

Let us know your thoughts about the Roy Jones Jr vs Jeff Lacy bout. Also, you will find pictures and a video below.

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Roy Jones Jr, Jeff Lacy Photos

Roy Jones Jr. Video


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2 Responses to “Roy Jones Jr vs Jeff Lacy Results Video”

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    eddie Says:

    I think Roy beat a game opponant although his opponant’s best day’s are behind him jeff lacy is still strong and game and if roy performed the way he did I believe he still has enough fighting left to compete for a world title one more time. I would love to see him and benard hopkins square off again. I think a fight between james toney and roy jones owuld be interesting as well. depending how fights like that go if he does well maybe he could go for a world title one last time.

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    Wade Salter Says:

    My first live fight, it was great. I was concerned with roy getting hit to much, though I know he was doing it for the fans.