It was a pleasure watching Roy Jones, Jr. box during his prime. I like that he is making the shift into the world of fashion with a new cologne for men. Mercedes Ganon, Founder and Creator of Parfums Mercedes creates the essence of a Champion in ‘Legend’, inspired by her close friend and one of the greatest boxers of our generation, Roy Jones, Jr., Executive Producer of Mercedes’ last three albums and in her corner, pushing her to bring out her very best in Jus D’Amour and Legend fragrances to the world.
Parfums Mercedes has created this clean sporty scent that will embrace your inner “Legend” best described as an evocation of nature’s combination of fruits, woods and floral essence to capture that very distinct masculine champion flavor.
The scent is reminiscent of victory in a bottle, from its sweet melon and black currant fragrance accentuated with a citrus and green leaf then balanced with an oak, sandalwood and natural wood musk overtone with a splash of jasmine and violet for your gentle giant. “Legend” is available at jusdamour.com.
“Every woman wants her man to be the champ in their lives”, says Mercedes Ganon. “We created this legendary combination of notes that evokes the champion inside every man. Invigorating and arousing, fresh and aromatic, surely, destined to be a knockout for both man and woman this Valentines’ Day and beyond!”
As a singer, songwriter and captivating performer, her sultry voice will caress your soul. It’s no surprise that she has developed an edgy sound that challenges all traditionalism. Her music is symphonic, inspirational, and visual, creating an awakening that will vibrate all of your senses. Mercedes is in the habit of creating unforgettable stage performances that will rock the spirit and sooth the soul.
About Roy Jones Jr
Roy is the only boxer in history to start his career as a junior middleweight, and go on to win a heavyweight title. He’s held the WBC, WBA, IBF, IBO, NABF, WBF, and IBA light heavyweight championships; a record seven belts at the same time and “Fighter of the Decade” for the 1990s by the Boxing Writers Association of America.
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