Originally Posted by doug.ie
i think paulie is great, always have done.
i liked ian napa a lot too
Napa was a great mover. But the old problem was that he had to have it for the full distance consistently and became shop worn. A bit of pop and he might have moved on a bit. Pauile is great to watch, and fair enough he's won a world title, so to a certain extent is the exception to the rule, but some battles he has had may have been entirely different had he have had power to put some guys off. Were his problems down to brittle hands?