McClellan, meanwhile, was eager for a challenge. He told king, 'I'm ready now for Julian Jackson, anyone out there - Roy Jones, all the big-name guys.'Which brings us on to Jackson-McClellan II. Live pay-per-view in Las Vegas, 7 May 1994, almost a year to the day after thier first fight
The G-man staggered Jackson with an overhand right twenty seconds into the fight. Jackson, so confident beforehand retreated. McClellan unleashed a hail of unanswered punches and knocked Jackson down. After taking an eight count Jackson only had time to move across the ring before McClellan was on him again. He finished him with his trademark punch, the left hook to the body, and the ex-champ was bent double on the floor.