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Roy Jones Jr.

Fight-by-Fight Career Record

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56 Wins, 8 Losses, 40 Knockouts

1989
May 6 -- Ricky Randall, Pensacola, Florida, KO 2
June 11 -- Stephan Johnson, Atlantic City, New Jersey, KO 8
Sep. 3 -- Ron Amundsen, Pensacola, Florida, KO 7
Nov. 30 -- Dave McCluskey, Pensacola, Florida, KO 3

1990
Jan. 8 -- Joe Edens, Mobile, Alabama, KO 2
Feb. 28 -- Billy Mitchum, Pensacola, Florida, TKO 2
Mar. 28 -- Knox Brown, Pensacola, Florida, KO 3
May 11 -- Ron Johnson, Pensacola, Florida, KO 2
July 14 -- Tony Waddles, Pensacola, Florida, KO 1
Sep. 25 -- Rollin Williams, Pensacola, Florida, KO 4
Nov. 8 -- Reggie Miller, Pensacola, Florida, KO 5

1991
Jan. 31 -- Ricky Stackhouse, Pensacola, Florida, KO 1
Apr. 13 -- Eddie Evans, Pensacola, Florida, TKO 3
Aug. 3 -- Kevin Daigle, Pensacola, Florida, TKO 2
Aug. 31 -- Lester Yarbrough, Pensacola, Florida, KO 8

1992
Jan. 10 -- Jorge Vaca, New York City, KO 1
Apr. 3 -- Art Serwano, Reno, Nevada, KO 1
June 30 -- Jorge Castro, Pensacola, Florida, W 10
Aug. 18 -- Glenn Thomas, Pensacola, Florida, KO 8
Dec. 5 -- Percy Harris, Atlantic City, New Jersey, KO 4

1993
Feb. 13 -- Glenn Wolfe, Las Vegas, Nevada, KO 1
May 22 -- Bernard Hopkins, Washington D.C, W 12
(Captured IBF middleweight title)
Aug. 14 -- Thulane Malinga, St. Louis Bay, Mississippi, KO 6
Nov. 30 -- Fermin Chirino, Pensacola, Florida, W 10

1994
Mar. 22 -- Daniel Garcia, Pensacola, Florida, KO 6
May 27 -- Thomas Tate, Las Vegas, Nevada, KO 2
(Retained IBF middleweight title)
Nov. 18 -- James Toney, Las Vegas, Nevada, W 12
(Captured IBF super middleweight title)

1995
Mar. 18 -- Antoine Byrd, Pensacola, Florida, TKO 1
(Retained IBF super middleweight title)
June 24 -- Vinny Pazienza, Atlantic City, New Jersey, TKO 6
(Retained IBF super middleweight title)
Sep. 30 -- Tony Thornton, Pensacola, Florida, TKO 2
(Retained IBF super middleweight title)

1996
Jan. 12 -- Merqui Sosa, New York City, TKO 2
June 15 -- Eric Lucas, Jacksonville, Florida, KO 11
(Retained IBF super middleweight title)
Oct. 4 -- Bryant Brannon, New York City, KO 2
(Retained IBF super middleweight title)
Nov. 22 -- Mike McCallum, Tampa, Florida, W 12
(Won interim WBC light heavyweight title)

1997
Mar. 21 -- Montell Griffin, Atlantic City, New Jersey, L DQ 9
(Lost WBC light heavyweight title)
Aug. 21 -- Montell Griffin, Ledyard, Connecticut, KO 1
(Regained WBC light heavyweight title)

1998
Apr. 25 -- Virgil Hill, Biloxi,Mississippi, KO 4
July 18 -- Lou Del Valle, New York, W 12
(Unified WBC and WBA light heavyweight titles)
Nov. 14 -- Otis Grant, Mashantucket, Connecticut, TKO 10
(Retained WBC and WBA light heavyweight titles)

1999
Jan. 9 -- Rick Frazier, Pensacola, Florida, KO 2
(Retained WBC and WBA light heavyweight titles)
June 5 -- Reggie Johnson, Biloxi, Mississippi, W 12
(Unifies WBA-WBC-IBF light heavyweight titles)

2000
Jan. 15 -- David Telesco, New York City, W 12
(Retained unified light heavyweight title)
May 13 -- Richard Hall, Indianapolis, Indiana, TKO 11
(Retained unified light heavyweight title)
Sept. 9 -- Eric Harding, New Orleans, Louisiana, TKO 10
(Retained unified light heavyweight title)

2001
Feb. 24 -- Derrick Harmon, Tampa, Florida, TKO 10
(Retained unified light heavyweight title)
July 28 -- Julio Gonzalez, Los Angeles, California, W 12
(Retained unified light heavyweight title)

2002
Feb. 2 -- Glenn Kelly, Miami, Florida, TKO 7
(Retained unified light heavyweight title)
Sept. 7 -- Clinton Woods, Portland, Oregon, TKO 6
(Retained unified light heavyweight title)

2003
March 1 -- John Ruiz, Las Vegas, Nevada, W 12
(Captured WBA heavyweight title)
Nov. 8 -- Antonio Tarver, Las Vegas, Nevada, W 12
(Captured WBC light heavyweight title)

2004
May 15 -- Antonio Tarver, Las Vegas, Nevada, TKO by 2
(Lost WBC light heavyweight title)
(Lost WBA light heavyweight title)
Sept. 25 -- Glen Johnson, Memphis, Tennessee, KO by 9
(For IBF Light Heavyweight Title)

2005
Oct. 1 -- Antonio Tarver, Tampa, Florida, L 12 *RECAP*

2006
July 29 -- Prince Badi Ajamu, Boise, Idaho, W 12 *RECAP*

2007
July 14 -- Anthony Hanshaw, Biloxi, Mississippi, W 12

2008
Jan. 19 -- Felix Trinidad, New York, New York, W 12 *RECAP*
Nov. 8 -- Joe Calzaghe, New York, New York, L 12 *RECAP*

2009
March 21 -- Omar Sheika, Pensacola, Florida, TKO 5 *RECAP*
Aug. 15 -- Jeff Lacy, Biloxi, Mississippi, TKO 10 *RECAP*
Dec. 2 -- Danny Green, Sydney, Australia, TKO by 1 *RECAP*

2010
04-03 -- Bernard Hopkins, Las Vegas, NV, L 12 *RECAP*

2011
05-21 -- Denis Lebedev, Moscow, Russia, KO by 10 *RECAP*
12-10 -- Max Alexander, Atlanta, GA, W 10

2012
06-30 -- Pawel Glazewski, Lodz, Poland, W 10

Roy Jones Jr. Date of Birth: Jan. 16, 1969

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