Originally Posted by MrBumboclart
Sure he had some fundamentals but his only game-plan was to set up the left hook, and he had the stamina and size to do it. However like I said - as soon as someone took his power and left away from him (Jones, De La Hoya, Hopkins) he lacked seriously.
So being a bit one-dimensional (your assertion) makes you a street fighter?
Setting yourself up to land your best shots: Isn't this the plan of every fighter?
Just because you get nullified by guys who did the same thing to just about everyone else they fought doesn't make you a glorified street fighter; it just puts you below that fighter in terms of stylistic matchups.