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Jones & Lacy Week on ESPN Classic

iloxi, MS (August 6, 2009) — Hooks will be flying in Biloxi on Saturday August 15 when Eight-Time World Champion, Roy “Captain Hook” Jones Jr. and Two-Time World Champion Jeff “Left Hook” Lacy battle it out in “Hook City,” at the MS Coast Coliseum. To prepare us for this highly anticipated match-up of speed and power, ESPN Classic will air past Jones and Lacy fights every night next week and all day Saturday.

The current Broadcast line-up is as follows, all times ET…

Monday, Aug 10, 8 PM Roy Jones, Jr vs. Glen Kelly (February 2, 2002)

Jones puts his hands behind his back, sticks his chin out, then knocks Kelly out with one punch in what Jones calls the “Chicken Wang” punch

Tuesday, Aug. 11, 8 PM Roy Jones, Jr vs. Antonio Tarver (November 8, 2003)

Jones drops twenty pounds from his previous fight in this gutty performance to beat Tarver and regain the light heavyweight world title he gave up to fight at heavyweight

Wednesday, Aug. 12, 8 PM Roy Jones, Jr vs. John Ruiz (March 1, 2003)

In an awesome display of both speed and power, Jones makes history when he stymies then-heavyweight world champion John Ruiz to become the first former middleweight champion in over 100 years to win the heavyweight world title

Thursday, Aug. 13, 8 PM Roy Jones, Jr vs. Felix Trinidad (January 19, 2008)

A sharp and focused Jones, fighting at his lowest weight since ’96, floors the legendary Trinidad twice en-route to a unanimous decision win.

Friday, Aug. 14, 8 PM Roy Jones, Jr vs. Omar Sheika (March 21, 2009)

Jones Jr trains with dad, “Big Roy,” for first time since amateur days and shows flash not seen since the Ruiz fight in 2003. Sheika gets stopped for the first time as a pro on round 7.

Friday, Aug. 14, 8:30 PM Jeff Lacy vs. Robin Reid (August 6, 2005)

In front of Lacy’s hometown crowd in Tampa, Lacy knocks down Reid, who had never been dropped, not once but four times en-route to a brutal TKO 7 win

Friday, Aug. 14, 9 PM Jeff Lacy vs Anwar Oshana (May 17, 2003)

Lacy lands 15 unanswered punch to end round one. Oshana never recovers and the bout is stopped in round two after Lacy pummels him with upwards of 30 unanswered blows.

Saturday, Aug 15

1:15pm Roy Jones, Jr vs. Glen Kelly (February 2, 2002)

Summary above

2 PM Jeff Lacy vs. Donnell Wiggins (December 13, 2003)

In Round 8, Lacy dropped Wiggins with an overhand right and the fight was stopped moments later.

3 PM Roy Jones, Jr vs. Omar Sheika (March 21, 2009)

Summary above

3:30 PM Jeff Lacy vs. Robin Reid (2005)

Summary above

4 PM Jeff Lacy vs. Richard Grant (July 15, 2003)

Lacy drops Grant in round 1 with a left hook and batters him the rest of the way as a game Grant withstands the 12-round barrage and Lacy wins by decision.

5 PM Roy Jones, Jr vs. Antonio Tarver (November 8, 2003)

Summary above

6 PM Jeff Lacy vs. Epifanio Mendoza (2008)

This ten-round thriller had both fighters hurt in round two and then again in rounds nine and ten. Lacy wins a majority decision that set up a fight with Jermain Taylor.

7 PM Roy Jones, Jr vs. John Ruiz (March 1, 2003)

Summary above

8pm Roy Jones, Jr vs. Félix Trinidad (January 19, 2008)
Summary above

Eight-time world boxing champion Roy “Captain Hook” Jones, Jr. (53-5, 39 KOs) and Two-time super middleweight world champion Jeff “Left Hook” Lacy (25-2, 17 KOs), is presented by Square Ring Promotions in association with Left Hook Promotions and Beau Rivage Resort & Casino and will be broadcast live on pay-per-view.

Tickets, priced at $150.00, $125.00, $100.00, $75.00, $50.00 & $25.00 are on sale and available at all Ticketmaster locations by calling 800.745.3000, on line at and at the Mississippi Coast Coliseum box office.

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