Boxing legend Roy Jones Jr. is becoming into the UFC Fight railroad Enterprise.
The UFC announced Saturday that it has gotten to a three-year cope with Roy Jones Jr. (RJJ) Boxing Promotions to stream upto 72 events on the online Fight Transport service.
Jones, 49, is a four-division boxing winner who worked with the UFC to own his retirement parade in Penscola, Fla., air on Fight on Feb. 8, even when he conquered Scott Sigmon via 10-round unanimous decision.
“I was elated when my partner Keith Veltre told me he had begun talking using the UFC,”” Jones said in a press release. “This really is merely the start of a long, lucrative partnership between both of these brands. ”
RJJ Boxing, based by Jones and Veltre in 2013, is scheduled to get its UFC Fight Pass debut on Jan. 31, when Aston Palicte (24-2-1, 20 KOs) assumes Jose Martinez (20-0-2, 13 KOs) in a WBO junior bantamweight title eliminator bout at Viejas Casino & Resort in Alpine, Calif..