No it was no language problem, you just over-read the parts which had softened it a lot and didn't make it specific. I had several times maintained, it is generalized and rounded, but just shall give a little hint (it is rather a potencia of the mass). So you changed my words, in not quoting everything, which gave it a different meaning and I have before fixed it 2 or three times, just after the first statement (and even in it). At least there was a subject about punchers, particular in Light-Heavyweight maybe too, there he was very often (perhaps most) mentioned, rather than others as Stevenson, Calindez, Kovalew or Michalczewsky. Though Moorer was also very often named, due to his 100% knockout-rate, which supports my original point. But he was a lot less proven. Nobody claims that Moore hit as hard as Marciano as far as I read, apart of you want to suggest I did, which would change my words again and is just not true. On the other hand was Moore at that time around 40. Klitschkos opposition early was not worse than of his brother (who spend many more rounds) and he has a much better knockout-rate than him and especially Lewis. The brother I think not only admit that he is the better one of the two, but maybe also that he is a superior knockouter (as he finished Peter much earlier among others). Possible not in hitting hard, but that is not the only factor for a puncher, as I repeadadly mentioned. If the knockout happens with dozens of hits or one is not decisisve for me, what counts is the success and effect it has. And I mean he could have accomplished some earlier knockouts, like Adamek was already in the first round out of his feet, even Chisora and Byrd were in the first 3 rounds several times stunned and looked finished. He also changed to an arm-puncher due to his injuries, then came the knockouts late. But before when he punched with his whole weight/ body from the shoulder, he stopped like over 90% in the first 2 rounds and had a 100%-knockout-rate. By the way bigger puncher is not the same as harder hitter (puncher); it is mainly estimated by the knockout percentage. As nobody call Hernandez as the biggest puncher in Cruiserweight, because of his 50 or 60% rate, but he hit besides Haye the hardest of his generation in my eyes.