How strong is Roy Jones Jr, Mike Tyson’s next rival?

How strong is Roy Jones Jr, Mike Tyson’s next rival?

For boxing fans, Roy Jones is a legend, a king on maps, but for outsiders, Roy Jones is possibly a weird name. 

Roy Jones Jr, the boxer who once won the world belt in four weight divisions continued to fight until 2018 before declaring his retirement. The American puncher is renowned for its speedy, versatile, yet equally effective attack escape.

Roy Jones, ranked as one of the best boxing champions in the history of boxing in the world, has been the dominant star on the P4P charts since the 1990s. Midweight junior until the peak time of semi heavy weight. 

In 1999, Roy Jones joined the semi-heavy WBA, WBC and IBF belts to become the absolute champions. In 2003, Roy Jones also beat John Ruiz, then WBA heavyweight champion, to become the next heavyweight champion. 

Roy Jones Jr. captivates audiences with pace moves, crazy coloring tricks and even centimeter corner twists. Roy Jones’ fighting style is peculiar, with bizarre blows that are far from traditional boxing. Owing to such an innate beauty, he is a one-time boxing world superstar.

In the past, many fans have asked whether Roy Jones could beat Mike Tyson, only regretting that Roy Jones’ most prolific time was when Mike Tyson went to prison. Continuously and start to drop into the form. Therefore even though they were just three years apart, they never had the chance to challenge each other. 

Upcoming Roy Jones will face Mike Tyson in a fun 8-match match

It’s worth noting that Mike Tyson has only returned after 15 years of retirement, and Roy Jones is still persistent until 2018 and still has a KO against young opponents. In terms of advantage, Roy Jones seems to be the leading player in the coming game.

Before the fight, Mike Tyson was more appreciative of the betting community because of his physical advantage and superior knockout capability. On the opposite, Roy Jones’ win percentage was in favour of the next half due to the benefit of stamina due to his daily practice and competitiveness in recent years.