Roy Jones Jr. fought 54 professional fights in four weight-classes with an astonishing 40 knock outs and only three career losses to his name, one of those being a disqualification. His last career fight was a loss to Antonio Tarver. Considered the best fighter pound-for-pound in the World, Roy was not satisfied with retiring from boxing with a loss. On 14th July 2007, at the age of 38, Roy returned to the ring to fight Tony 'The Tyger' Hanshaw -undefeated and ten years his junior to prove beyond a doubt that he is a true champion. This documentary follows Roy, an experienced and mature fighter, on his intimate journey back to his roots in the recovering Mississippi Delta to prove to his people and to the world that the devastation of natural disaster cannot keep the Gulf Coast down nor can the sport of boxing keep Roy Jones Jr. down. Features the Champion Fight in its entirety (50 minutes) - twelve rounds of the most exciting boxing ever seen to which Roy gives his own round-by-round commentary. We also see the lead-up to this historic fight and meet Roy outside the ring. It is the story of a true Champion, seen from inside the private confines of his physical and emotional preparation for the confrontation before him and the joy of victory which followed.