Originally Posted by Hermit
He can probably get more meaningful work in sparring some quality guys.
It is just an opinion but I always like to see a guy have some actual fights. Then he does the whole thing work out and train, have the fight, get in front of people and then prepare. I think Hearns beating Virgil Hill in 1991 had a lot to do with the fact he had 2 fights within 4 months of the Hill fight, and Hill did not have any. It helps fighters, especially older ones.