Re: Tyson v Ruddock 1 - a fair stoppage?
Ruddock slumped right back against the ropes, but I could contend that he had an odd habit of completely wiping out whenever he got knocked down anyway so Steele probably should've allowed for that. Look at the knockdowns against, say, Bonecrusher and Morrison and you'd think he'd never get up from those. But he did. The fact he could immediately look at Steele and protest showed there was no slowing of his mental faculties.
So I feel it's a premature stoppage because of that...Ruddock had commedable recuperation powers.