I've seen a couple of posts referring to Booth's taught style as a coach. I'm not sure I agree that Haye/Booth/Kelly all have/had a similar style nor are they similar fighters with similar fundamentals. Is the issue maybe around the fights where tactics actually are key? Aside from Valuev (which on reflection was perhaps not the tactical masterclass that is was seen as at the time) is Booth a problem where a tactical/strategic approach has been required (eg Haye v Wlad)? Perhaps tonight was an example of that too? What I mean is, rather than teaching a bad style, does he come unstuck where a tactical gameplay has to be applied.