Usually it is one who is displaying the art. Leonard vs Benitez- Both were very accurate providing an ebb n flow back n forth counter punch fest. Both were young, yet displayed IMO an advanced knowledge of the game. After being compromised in skills, Ray abandoned them & took the fight to him DLH vs Mosley I Another ebb n flow where 2 young primed fighters exchanged rounds winning/losing. No shame in DLH losing this. This wasn't a 101 fundamentals boxing lesson, IMO this was advanced technician's class. Toney vs McCallum. An art form of body punching by Mike & a clinic on inside countering by James. Holy vs Bowe I. Yeah it became a fight, but no matter how hard they threw, there weren't any haymakers, just well timed shots thrown with bad intentions. Bowe showed a big man could be accurate from the inside & not just outside keeping distance. Holy showed he could use lateral movement to evade punches since his broad shoulders made it a bit tough to bob/weave/duck to evade shots. JMM vs Bradley JMM used a lead uppercut to catch Tim. They both tried to steal almost every round by going shots crazy in the final 10 seconds with super fast punches upstairs & down. JMM tried to taunt final round Bradley being so aware- caught him, almost dropped him. It was his footing/position that I think eeked out the win. Everything they did IMO was the epitome of how to time, position & counter.