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ROY JONES JR vs. JAMES TONEY (TVKO) 

Description : Here we have an original official full-size TVKO boxing closed circuit fight poster for the IBF world super-middleweight championship title bout held at the MGM Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, 18th November 1994.

This battle was for the IBF Super/Middleweight Title & was expected to be fiercely contested but Roy Jones Jr put on a boxing clinic to totally subdue the master craftsman James 'Lights Out' Toney. Though Toney came into the fight as the slight favorite, he struggled to get down to the required weight of 168 pounds, and as a result appeared sluggish throughout the match. Jones dominated nearly the entire fight and won a unanimous decision.

Only one official knockdown occurred during the fight. A left hook from Jones sent Toney stumbling back into the corner. He nearly fell down, though Toney was just able to keep his balance and remain on his feet. Nevertheless, referee Richard Steele ruled it a knockdown, and Toney was forced to take a standing eight count. After the knockdown, Jones would continue to dictate the pace of the fight, constantly using his speed to land multiple combinations and avoid Toney's offense. When the fight ended and went to the judges' scorecards, all three had Jones well ahead of Toney. judge: John Stewart 119-108 | judge: Jerry Roth 118-109 | judge: Glen Hamada 117-110

Postage: £10.00 Special Delivery... £20.00 International registered signed 4 airmail.

Condition : Good/minor handling*surface*edgewear*small nick to top left border*some feint postal neglect compression dings.
Size : 40in x 27in
Price : £125.00
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