Sanchez, Pedroza, Arguello, Saldivar, Canto, Harada, Rudkin, Pep, Saad, Ohba, Marcel and Buchanan were all monsters in the championship rounds who got either got stronger as the late rounds went on and kept ratcheting up their output round by round or/and maintained perpetual movement and fought at a pace moving laterally and backwards punching on the move for the full 15. I still think that Buchanan is underrated in this regard because of his short peak and style. He was immensely strong despite not being a huge puncher and was still up on his toes triple jabbing, jigging and maintaining cyborg like punch stats in the 15th grinding the likes of Laguna, Watt and Navarro down. The way he was able to outgrit Laguna in the heat in Puerto Rico was immense. Even when getting knocked about Duran he didn't look tired or discouraged, nor when he couldnt see in the late rounds against Ishimatsu and was being hit at will like a bobble head doll.