Roy Jones Jr has provided plenty of memorable boxing moments since his awful and disputed loss in the 1988 Olympics. From mocking opponents mid-fight to playing in a semi-professional basketball game the same day as fighting, Roy has been a recognizable face in boxing for almost 30 years now. Last weekend he was taken out brutally by Enzo Maccarinelli, who is quite faded himself. It's likely time to retire, but will Roy Jones budge?
Author and filmmaker Brin-Jonathan Butler joins James Foley of Bad Left Hook and The Fight City's Patrick Connor once again to talk about the week Brin spent with Roy and how that affected his perception of Roy as a fighter and a person.
Also on the menu: Anthony Joshua's huge win over rival Dillian Whyte in London, Omar Figueroa's defeat of Antonio DeMarco, and more.
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