Re: ATGs who don't look impressive on film.
From a purely aesthetic standpoint, I totally get what Synth is saying. I too get that Monzon is great, but it's frankly a bit difficult to back a fighter whose style revolves around the complete avoidance of risk. It may make him a great fighter. I don't think anyone here could intelligently argue against that, but he's got to be one of the most boring, least inspiring fighters to watch.