For the majority of the fight, Joppy made the more aggressive Taylor chase him, while landing few punches and seeming more content to frustrate Taylor.  He is known to be an enthusiastic fan of the University of Arkansas Razorbacks and has visited the Arkansas campus to talk to the football team. Rock boxed as an amateur prior to turning professional in November 1995. In the tenth round, Hopkins hurt Taylor with two right hands that made his legs wobble and forced him to clinch. On February 6, 2015 Taylor was scheduled to defend his title against Sergio Mora on ESPN2's Friday Night Fights in Biloxi, Mississippi.  Fighting at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas on February 16, 2008, Taylor lost the rematch to Pavlik by unanimous decision. At age 40, Hopkins entered the bout with a record 20 consecutive successful title defenses and had not lost a fight in 12 years. Williams got up, however Charlo went for the finish, and got it with a third knockdown after a barrage of punches ending with a left hook. On October 17, 2009, in his first fight in the Super Six tournament at the O2 World Arena in Berlin, Germany, undefeated Armenian-German former champion, Arthur Abraham, defeated Jermain Taylor by KO in the 12th round with less than 10 seconds left in the fight. Then, in 2000, he earned a spot on the U.S. Olympic boxing team, becoming the first ever boxer from Arkansas to compete in the Olympic Games. He won his first fight at the Point Depot in Dublin, beating the previously unbeaten Craig Lynch the undercard of a bill that included fellow Irish boxers Steve Collins and Eamonn Magee.  Ozell Nelson, unsatisfied with Taylor's progression between the first and second Hopkins fights, helped convince Taylor to replace Pat Burns with hall of fame trainer Emanuel Steward. Taylor had been knocked out two times prior to the Abraham bout. Jim Rock (born 12 March 1972) is an Irish former professional boxer who competed from 1995 to 2009. , In his next bout, Taylor fought Kelly Pavlik on September 29, 2007 at Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Taylor controlled the fight by using his jab and right hand throughout the one-sided contest.  Days before the fight, tensions rose after Hopkins mocked Taylor's speech impediment and called him a "phony champion." In order for the rematch to occur, Taylor vacated his IBF Middleweight title on October 11, 2005. On November 15, 2008, Taylor defeated Jeff Lacy by a dominant unanimous decision to earn a mandatory fight against the winner of a bout between Carl Froch and Jean Pascal for the vacant WBC Super Middleweight title, a fight that was won by Froch. The WBC had ordered Taylor and Wright to begin negotiating on the fight on December 12, 2005 and if the two sides could not agree, a purse bid would be ordered. On December 30, 2011, after 26 months away from the ring, Taylor finally returned and faced Jessie Nicklow. Around 10 clean hard shots from Froch landed before the referee stepped in to stop the bout with only a matter of seconds left in the final round, earning Froch the technical knockout victory..  Taylor's next bout occurred on June 19, 2004 against former IBF Light Middleweight Champion Raúl Márquez.  At the time of the stoppage, the judges scorecards read: 104-102, 107-102 and 106-102, all in favour of Abraham. In his next fight, Williams won a unanimous decision (77-72, 77-72, 77-72) over former world champion Joachim Alcine. By the ninth round, Wright had swelling above both his eyes. The character was created by Sylvester Stallone, who has also portrayed him in …  Taylor continued his winning streak through 2002 and 2003, before defeating Alex Bunema on March 27, 2004. Subsequent neurological issues would force Taylor out of the ring for the next two years.  During their amateur careers, Taylor had defeated Pavlik on February 9, 2000 in the opening round of the United States Olympic trials.  Hopkins appealed the decision, but was denied by the Nevada State Athletic Commission. In return, McConaughey worked Rock's corner during his victory over Jason Collins. Rock bucket attachment for compact utility loaders (mini-skid steers) collects rocks, bricks and debris, allowing soil to sift through. Soon after Márquez arrived to his corner, his trainer told the referee to stop the fight, resulting in a technical knockout victory for Taylor.  Taylor received $3.75 million for the fight and Wright made $3.5 million. He was jailed on five felony counts of aggravated assault, three felony counts of endangering the welfare of a minor, and a misdemeanor count of drug possession after he was found to have a small bag of marijuana.  However, the fight was cancelled after Taylor suffered an injury and was also later arrested and charged with multiple felonies following an incident on January 19 (see Personal life below). A move up to super middleweight for a rematch against Pavlik the following year was also unsuccessful. feat.Jumbo Maatch,Takafin,Boxer Kid, 2014年04月29日 - MIGHTY JAM ROCK PRESENTS 「DANCEHALL ROCK 2K14」, 2016年03月13日 - TUFF RIDER -14 SOUNDS BULLET-. Wright only paid sanctioning fees for the WBC belt, while Taylor paid fees to the WBC and WBO.  He made his professional boxing debut on January 27, 2001, at Madison Square Garden in New York City against Chris Walsh. Taylor made his professional debut in 2001 and won his first 25 bouts, which included victories over former champions Raúl Márquez and William Joppy. Taylor landed 101 of 319 punches, while Spinks landed just 85 of 542. Taylor won the fight by split decision, with two judges scoring 117–111 and 115–113 in favor of him and the other scoring 117–111 for Spinks.