as mentioned in Gunn looked like a mess, as Jones (65-9, 47 KOs) really had his way in defeating the 43-year-old Gunn (21-7-1, 18 KOs).
The fight should have been stopped immediately after the 7th, as Gunn looked hurt and in bad shape.
The punches that Jones landed in the 7th round had Gunn looking like a punching bag.
Beating Gunn was nice for Jones, but it doesn’t mean he’s going to be able to bet someone more talented than him.
The fight got out of hand in the 7th round when Jones hurt Gunn with several hard shots to the head, and he had him on unsteady legs.
referring to Beating Bobby Gunn was a nice feather in Jones’ gap tonight, but he should stop at this level and not rake any risky fights.
However, instead of going after Gunn to finish him off, Jones seemed to take it easy on him by taunting and landing jabs.
In the 7th, Jones staggered Gunn with a three-punch combination.
Jones and Gunn fought at a slow pace for the most part.
The difference between the boxing skills of Jones and Gunn was incredible.
referring to Jones Jr. has victories over former world champions Bernard Hopkins, Antonio Tarver, Vinny Panzienza, James Toney, Mike McCallum, Virgil Hill, Felix Trinidad and John Ruiz.
Chase Center, Wilmington, Delaware – In his first fight since last June, former four division world champion Roy Jones Jr. (65-9, 47 KOs), 48-years-old, secured a eight round stoppage over Bobby Gunn (21-7-1, 18 KOs) in a cruiserweight contest.
In winning the WBA Heavyweight title by beating John Ruiz by unanimous decision in March 2003, Jones Jr. made history by becoming the first former middleweight champion to win a heavyweight title in 106 years.
Gunn tried to bully Jones in the round, but he was unable to land anything clean of note.
The first round were more or less dominated by Jones, who was controlling Gunn with a quick jab and was landing potshots when the openings were there.
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