Originally Posted by Championship
I was amazed when he landed that, totally gave up on him in the last round. Probably the most unexpected comeback I've seen. All that you said about it was true, but it wasn't a performance that set him apart from Sprott. With his mentality at that time I wouldn't have been surprised if that hurt arm forced him into the win - if he was fully healthy he might've choked and lost but that adversity brought out the beast in him in the end.
This latest Prizefighter set him out as a class above the opposition like he thinks he is. The Harrison of the Sprott fight would have no chance at a higher level, but this newer version seems like he's using his whole ability and mindset to set him above the opponents and go beyond.
Maybe so, but he will still disintegrate when punched in the face by a top heavyweight.