Roy Jones Jr. and 15 Big Name Fighters We No Longer Care About

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Roy Jones Jr. and 15 Big Name Fighters We No Longer Care About
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It's nothing personal.

There are just some fighters that have become irrelevant. You know what I'm talking about: some are way past their primes, and others just don't have the same mystique and allure they once did. 

Last week, there was a report from one website that former light heavyweight champion Roy Jones Jr. (54-7, 40 KOs) could face cruiserweight Dennis Lebedev (21-1, 16 KOs) this April in Russia.

Roy's a legend and was always quite the colorful quote, but I really haven't followed him since his first fight with Antonio Tarver in 2003. He was lucky to emerge with a win then and got blasted in the rematch. I hoped he would retire, but like so many others, he's stayed around.

He's not the only one, though. There are other talented fighters out there, some of them world champions. I just don't care about them like I used to.

Here are the ones I'm talking about:    

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