Originally Posted by Hattons Hook
You reckon ? Not seen it for years but i remember thinking he did well to pull it out of the bag and he was losing fairly wide.
Nunn was outworking and sometimes outboxing Toney during the first half of the fight, but he was fighting a stupid fight. When he boxed and moved he showed that he was on a different level to Toney, the problem was he wanted to brawl with Toney to impress his home crowd. He was constantly getting tagged with counters and body punches, which really started to take there toll on him from around 6 onwards.
He really had no business losing to mw prospect, but he refused to learn his lesson and regularly ignored Dundee's advice during fights, which is why Dundee left him.