Originally Posted by RingKing
I may very well be wrong about FMJ's inside game, but on the outside? So far, he's proven to be the best of his generation.
Hatton, N'Dou, Corely, Cotto all showed great infighting from Floyd. He's a defensive infighter, not an offensive one. There are plenty greater, but it's a dying art, and Guerrero is not one to carry that torch into the future by surpassing Floyd's skills.
Originally Posted by AnthonyW
Check Bogo's thread out, points out some interesting tactics Guerrero could employ, but probably isn't good enough to.
Great way of putting it; a set of tools he likely isn't able to put together in good enough harmony.