“I think after about three or four rounds he’s going to experience the fact that he has been boxing 30 years, and he’s going to slow down from it. I think as the third or fourth rounds come to an end, I’ll start picking up my pace and really start dominating after that. I don’t see him knocking me out, and I don’t see me getting stopped, so I think it’s going to be a tough night for Roy.”
“I can’t think of anybody else who’s affiliated with the UFC or mixed martial arts who really makes sense for this. I was 13-1-1 in boxing, and I beat a few good prospects. I just had to stop due to MMA.”
There you have it folks!
Retired UFC welterweight fighter, Chris Lytle, has the itch to scrap. He just doesn’t want to do it in the cage, he wants a boxing match with Roy Jones Jr.
(quote props: Bleacher Report)