Originally Posted by Kegsy
Green just walked into Tarver's left constantly.
Didnt change at all as the fight goes on.
Top level fighters know how to adjust & adapt to a situation.
There was only Plan A from Green...nothing more
Hyder tried to implement subtle changes Kegsy. But Tarver was just too good, and had Green's number from early on. Green didn't appear to be able to cope with Tarver's southpaw stance. But Tarver was just plain too slick anyway.
Could tell by the intentional simplicity of Hyder's instructions between rounds, particularly later in the piece, that they were stuffed.
The wise call would seem to be for Green to hand 'em up and go enjoy the money.