Scott Sigmon is okay with being the least popular man in Pensacola, at least for one night. The Virginia native has been the man with the black hat several times throughout his decade-long career in the fight game, so fighting Roy Jones Jr. in the future Hall of Famer’s hometown on Thursday night is just another night in the office for him.“I don’t care how old he is, I’m fighting Roy Jones,” said the 30-year-old from Lynchburg. “That’s awesome. I think there’s only one place where I feel any pressure when I fight, and that’s in Lynchburg, … Read the Full Article Here