Originally Posted by Son of Gaul
I agree that Berto is most effective when he works behind the jab, counters with the right hand and looks for opportunities to land the uppercut. Guerrero simply did an outstanding job of slipping the right hand, staying in Andre's chest and *gasp* absorbing Berto's uppercut without flinching. If Berto can't land the right hand or hurt you with the uppercut, he can't win. War Guerrero.
yeah i agree, but tbh Berto made the right hand so predictable Guerrero would just duck it then get in close, i dunno whats wrong with the guy he gets wobbled by the lightest punches but then can randomly take good punches
he needs to work with Anne Wolfe asap