Originally Posted by Caestus
His major problem is his defense, he hasnt very good head movement, and his footwork is very lineary at this point.He is and unidimensional boxer, not very good with uppercuts, and body work combinations, and his hooks are arm punches with no power, and he is to slow.To beat him I think you must do a lot of lateral steps and pivoting, and throw overhand rights to contrarrest his jab and heigh.In close, a lot of body punching.
I see things very differently, but I may be wrong. It's frustrating to have to wait, but time will tell. I've been through the action of Diaz frame by frame of his last few fights. And I'm seeing some very nice flicking the elbow up to block punches, and rolling of his head when he gets hit. And being very good at not telegraphing his punches. can't wait to see him boxing