Originally Posted by DaveK
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.
He was a one dimensional puncher. Now while that may work against an old Pernell Whitaker or overrated William Joppy...or Vargas. It didn't work against skilled pros who know how to take away your strengths like them I've already mentioned. I'm not putting Norris in the same catagory of those who beat Felix but he sure as hell would give him trouble because of his speed, angles, movement and strength e.c.t.