It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia And Your Arms Are Never Too Short To Box With God

PHILADELPHIA – There was no burning bush, no parting of the waters. But Roy Jones Jr., whoroyjonesjr.jpg claims to be on a first-name basis with the Almighty, insists he had an epiphany around the time an increasing number of skeptics had become convinced that he would never reclaim his standing as the sport’s best pound-for-pound performer.
Now 37, Jones (50-4, 38 KOs), a former four-division world champion, will attempt to do more to convince himself, and Philadelphia’s hard-to-impress fight fans, that he is still all that he ever was when he defends his fringe NABO light-heavyweight title against Puerto Rico’s Manny Siaca (20-6, 18 KOs) in a pay-per-view bout Dec. 9 at the Liacouras Center.

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