Exposed, blah blah blah. You would have said the same back in '95 after Lewis lost to McCall. McCall was just as much a fringe contender as Ruiz. Lewis came back to establish one of the best resumes in heavyweight history. I'm not saying Joshua will do the same. He may come back stronger, he may fade into an Audley level of oblivion. I didn't like the way he took to being under pressure in this fight. He looked absolutely lost, with only enough wherewithal to retain a nauseating amount of smugness in the face of adversity. In conversation with McCracken, who incidentally needs to retire, he sounded oblivious to the gravity of the situation. Yeah, he was **** tonight, and he got ****ed, but it doesn't spell the end of his career, nor does it negate what he has heretofore achieved. Boxing is unusual for a sport in that a loss is so often taken as a cataclysmic indictment of a sportsman's career. He can come again, and will.