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10. Roy Jones Jr KO 6 Vinny Pazienza

A daunting prospect indeed for nearly every single fighter who has ever laced gloves … Roy Jones Jr, arguably one of the finest specimens to ever grace the squared circle was at the peak of his incredible powers when he met Vinny Pazienza. ‘The Pazmanian devil’ had defied all the odds to make a comeback from a life-threatening injury which left him with a broken neck. It became readily apparent from the get-go, Pazienza was out of his depth as Roy’s blinding hand speed proved too much as he was clobbered at will before being put out of his misery in the 6th round.

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