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Roy Jones Junior insists he isn't looking past Saturday's defending IBF light-heavyweight champion Glen Johnson but, with the media bombarding him with questions about potential rematches with Antonio Tarver, Bernard Hopkins and James Toney, the Florida quicksilver had to say something.
And say something he did.
Looking and sounding happy and relaxed at the final press conference ahead of his comeback fight at the FedEx Forum here in Memphis, Jones (who turned up on time and was a delight to speak with) said he plans on significantly adding to his already astounding achievements before he eventually retires.
"This is about Roy's legacy," he said. "It starts with Glen Johnson and then I want three men, Tarver, Hopkins and Vitali Klitschko. They're three men I'm not supposed to fight right now but that's why I'll fight them.