Roy Jones has gained a new title at the Moscow Police. Having visited sport facilities of the Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs, the famous boxer guided police servants to the Cup of the Ministry of Internal Affairs. A legendary boxer had previously held a masterclass with two sergeants. The Moscow Police currently numbers over 2, 000 sportsmen, while 63 of them are boxers. However, this fighting sport has been developed quite recently at the Ministry, the Police Chief responsible said, and the classes are not present at every district.
A demonstration fighting of the 'police boxers' turned out to be just a prelude. After the masterclass Roy Jones received a special offer from Lieutenant-General Anatoly Yakunin to become an Honorary Chairman of the Public Boxing Federation of the Main Department of Internal Affairs.
Roy Jones, Jr. :
'Thank you for coming. I am very proud to be a part of the boxing team of the Moscow Police. And of course I'll give them everything I can to make them the best boxers. Thank you for everything you've done and I'm a Russian.'
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