Originally Posted by Hands of Iron
Robinson was naturally more aggressive, powerful and liable to assume risks than Leonard. His attack was so much more instinctive than calculating. Once he finds Mayweather has nothing to bother him with, Floyd's in trouble and on his bike in ways he's never been before at Welter where he's shown a lot less movement and volume.
Which leaves holes.
I really don't buy the Robinson as an undefeatable god mystique he's always enjoyed around here. He DOES beat Mayweather, but he DOES have to work to do it.