Rodney Toney has returned to his Boston roots for a crossroads fight on June 3, 2005 against Jameel "Black Gold" Wilson, a bout that will headline "Expressway Jam," presented by NER Promotions, at Freeport Hall in Dorchester, Massachusetts . Toney (26-4-4, 16 KOs), the cousin of the much more famous James Toney, has been idle for the past 2 1/2 years. His comeback fight against Wilson is the eight-round main event on "Expressway Jam." Back in 1994, Toney won a 10-round decision against Charles "Hachet" Brewer, who went on to become the IBF super middleweight champion, and a year later Rodney fought a draw against then unbeaten William Joppy (19-0) for the NABF middleweight championship. Wilson (13-9-2, 8 KOs), fighting out of Philadelphia, is a former WBF Intercontinental champion. He's been in against the likes of Tarvis Simms and Antwun Echols. "Toney has a good name and we believe he still has a lot of talent," NER Promotions president Rick Brutti said. "This is an opportunity for him to get back in the ring against a quality opponent. Luis Hernandez had a stunning knockout win in our first show at Lowell and we wanted to bring him back." Hernandez (12-2, 6 KOs) is a 2000 Ecuadorian Olympian who'll fight in the six-round co-feature. Tickets start at $30 and may be ordered by going to www.ticketweb.com . They will also be on sale at the doors the night of the show. First bout is at 7:30 pm.