I for one didn't fancy Nigel's chances at the time after seeing how well DeWitt did against a peak Tommy Hearns (every round close/competitive) and how good he looked against Matt Hilton (known as the best left hooker in the game). Benn had power and aggression we knew that, but Hearns' right hands and Hilton's left hooks did nothing to DeWitt. DeWitt was great at doubling and trebling his jabs and hooks and keeping his 'fence' up textbook. Benn was unbelievable that night. His power unreal but the timing, footspeed, head movement everything was there.