Boxing legend Roy Jones Jr. returned to the ring last night (Fri., March, 6, 2015) at the Cabarrus Arena & Events Center in Concord, North Carolina as the 46-year old pugilist took out Willie Williams via second round (technical) knockout in a cruiserweight bout.
The former four-division champ grossly outmatched his opponent, as he battered Williams early and often before mercilessly finishing off his foe in the second round before any severe damage could be done.
Boxing Hype has the highlight:
The victory was Jones' sixth in a row, and his third straight knockout win.
While experts may still be calling for the future hall of famer to hang up his gloves for good following his vicious finish, it seems Roy is gunning for one more title before he calls it career.
One thing is for certain: mixed martial arts (MMA) fans definitely won't see Jones box Anderson Silva anytime soon, so you better revel in the opportunity to watch the legend perform his craft towards the tail end of his outstanding career.
Who knows, maybe the savvy veteran has one more title run in him before it is all said and done.