Not being cute but what do you think might’ve happened? Do you think Chuvalo goes down and how many more shots would it have taken, ballpark? Or was Chuvalo the type of iron chinned boxer who would have to be literally out on his feet first before slithering to the canvas? The big left hook that started the hellacious sequence appeared to be the cleanest and most flush single shot of the lot and it was the punch that most visibly hurt (stagger) Chuvalo. The force of Foreman’s punches were also such they could literally force fighters up, down, back etc. as if they were being pushed/hurled around. Chuvalo steeled for the following onslaught, ever backing away. Powerful, clubbing and hurtful shots poured in, no question. Chuvalo was in survival mode, not throwing back lest he compromise himself further but I didn’t see his legs dip again or detect loss of cognisance otherwise.He only really offered one punch back and it was just as the ref was stopping the fight. There was still just under 1/2 a rd to go. Could Chuvalo have hung tough for the time remaining and could Foreman keep up his own output which he had really cut loose on going for the KO/TKO? I will say I’ve never seen Chuvalo looks so disconcerted with each and every one of his opponents punches landed as he did v Foreman. He almost looked shocked by Foreman’s power. And that was from the very outset. Though well metered, the amount of serious leather Foreman put to Chuvalo even before stunning him was like a 15 rd going over compressed into just 2 and a bit rds. Actually a great performance by Foreman. Of course Chuvalo was still yet to give Ali a very tough duke over 12 rds also so Foreman certainly didn’t feast on a veteran ready to be taken.