For you, does a victory gain value if the defeated boxer is successful afterwards? I'll give you two examples: Mayweather vs Canelo: Certainly Canelo was world champion and had defended his title six times but when you look closely the level of his opponents was not worthy of being good world challengers. You might think that as a Mexican Sulaiman helped him by giving him a fight for the vacant belt against Mattew Hatton. We just remember Austin Trout (a very close fight by the way, contrary to the opinion of the judges) and Mosley but he was clearly at the end of the race. Honestly I'm not even sure that in September 2013 Canelo would have deserved to be top 15 PFP, but do you think Mayweather should be given credit for this win because of his accomplishments afterwards? Another example, Fury vs Wallin: I think Wallin can make his way into the heavyweight in the years to come when before his fight against Fury he was only an irrelevant top 30-50. If he does manage to become even a top 15 by beating Breazeale tonight, would that enhance Fury's victory?