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Roy Jones Jr is retiring 14 years too late – but in his own sweet time

Perhaps a 49-year-old should be nowhere near a boxing ring but who are we to decide when someone else should retire? By Brent Hedtke for The Queensberry Rules Shortly before his death in 2011, Christopher Hitchens said of his impending mortality: “It will happen to all of us. At some point you get tapped on the shoulder and told, not just that the party’s over, but slightly worse: the party’s going on – but you have to leave.
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