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The ring genius ‘Boxing News’ rated the best fighter of the last two decades is finally quitting and Boxing Social caught up with a couple of fighters who know all about just how good Roy Jones jr was.

Jones fought four Brits during a pro career that brought him world titles at four weights, from middleweight to heavyweight.

He fought Richie Woodhall when he was on the way up, at the Olympics, Joe Calzaghe, Courtney Fry and Enzo Maccarinelli on the way down and Clinton Woods faced him when he was nearer his brilliant, untouchable peak.

Woods actually regards Jones’ victory over him as the last big win of a career that, thankfully, comes to an end with his 75th  fight, in home-city Pensacola on Thursday, February 8.

Woods had turned professional after a plea from his mother to stay out of trouble had got him back down the gym and to even his own surprise, he ended up challenging Jones for the undisputed light-heavyweight championship in Portland, Ohio, in September, 2002.

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