Jones Jr. (49), claims
his fight on Thursday (February 8)
at the Civic Center in hometown
Pensacola was his last, as he won a
decision over Scott Sigmon (30-11-1) to bring
his record to 66-9 (47).
professional career that began in 1989, Olympic
Silver-medalist Jones won world titles at
Middleweight (IBF), Super Middleweight (IBF),
Light Heavyweight (WBA, WBF, WBC, IBF, IBO, IBC
& IBA), and Heavyweight (WBA).
His resume includes victories
over excellent fighters such as Bernard Hopkins,
James Toney, Mike McCallum, Virgil Hill and
Felix Trinidad, to name a few.
Roy Jones Jr. after winning the UBO Inter-Continental Cruiserweight
title in December of 2011.
December 10, 2011 he captured the vacant UBO
Inter-Continental Cruiserweight title when he
decisioned Max Alexander at the Civic Center in
Boxing Organization™ wishes a happy retirement
to a future Hall-of-Famer, and one of the most
gifted fighters to ever enter a boxing ring.