Also true in reverse. Pac had a full camp but didn't have a full camp preparing for Ugás. Also true in reverse. Pac's camp was interrupted by his original opponent pulling out, so he had to stop training, then re-adjust his training camp at the last minute for Ugás. Okay, yeah, high stakes, hard sparring, I got ya - but if there was that much hard sparring going on in camp, don't you think it might take an especially hard toll on the 42 year old? You don't know what kind of micro-injuries Pac is harboring. FFS, this is a guy that fought Mayweather injured and refused to disclose that publicly until afterward. He isn't going to utter a peep even if he does happen to be in rougher shape than Ugás with the bicep tear. A) he is healthy enough and the bicep tear minimal enough that he is medically cleared to fight. B) as we've gone over ad nauseum, this isn't on a week's notice. At least not in any imbalanced way that disadvantages him, because his opponent also had only a week to prep specifically for him. C) ...omens? Thought you were going to stay rooted in reality. Also true in reverse. Pac is facing that exact situation as well. I think you're overstating how much of a fight camp is dedicated to specific opponent prep (usually that just boils down to choice of sparring partners for stylistic looks). Prepping for the nuances of your opponent and mimicking their style is only a small part of the point of sparring, and sparring is but one small element of a full training camp. Most of a camp is getting yourself fight-fit, making weight, and going through all the same drills and repetitions you do in every camp, to build that aerobic and anaerobic capacity, get the rust off your fast- and slow-twitch fibes, and refresh that muscle-memory of fluid movement, punches, and defense. Most of a training camp is universal and transferrable from one opponent to another. There is some importance to knowing who you're fighting and training accordingly, yes, but at the championship level, a world titlist and product of the Cuban amateur system like Ugás is somebody for whom a week ought to be plenty to be able to make those sort of adjustments to game plan.