Originally Posted by DaveK
Hearns wins big. Either takes a lopsided decision or stops Oscar mid-later rounds.
You need more than fast hands and a left hook to beat Hearns. The Trinidad fight is a poor example- Hearns isn't getting outboxed like Trinidad. Outboxing Hearns is a tall order for anyone, and Oscar isn't doing it. He got shook up and intimidated by the jab and right hand of Quartey... Hearns is a different animal altogether. If he thought Quartey hit hard, he'd fold against Hearns.
The Tito fight is a bad example..