Re: Most deluded boxer?
What I was getting at was, you can't claim to be the best offensively if every time you attack your opponent you leave gaping holes and get caught with KO shots. That's not good offense, that is uneducated wild attacking and sloppy boxing, it's a pretty ridiculous statement to make. It's like a football team that just got relegated saying "we were great going forward" when they'd lost every game, what good is that? Also I think it's fair to say that Khan isn't anywhere near the best going forward in any case, he doesn't carry the power to claim to be the best offensive fighter, the best offensive fighter is the most effective, ie throws the least and causes the most damage.