Trainers are often given credit for training great fighters, but it seems to me that most of the time, fighters make trainers, not the other way around. Take Virgil Hunter for example. He's best known for training Andre Ward, who was a great fighter, so that must mean Hunter's a great trainer, right? Except no. Ward was a generational talent who would have done well with any trainer. Hunter just happened to be the trainer who discovered Ward. There's a reason Hunter hasn't had nearly as much success with the other fighters he's trained. Or, take Brian "BoMac' McIntyre. Can you even NAME a fighter he's trained besides Terence Crawford? I can't, at least, not off the top of my head. As is the case with Ward, Crawford is a generational talent who would have done well with any trainer.