You make very good points. And I see what you mean about attributes but it’s been my experience that if you find a guy that represents the antidote to beat another the class still has to match up. It’s championship rounds that count. And I don’t think it did. I think Frank would beat Moorer. I think he would beat Michael Spinks. He would have beat Bonecrusher in a rematch. I would give Frank a better chance with Holyfeild that Foreman fought than I gave George. But without landing those fights and getting enough of those kinds of wins he didn’t progress to the kind of level Floyd was on. I know Franks whole career. I know somebody who fought him. I followed him very closely. And there really was only great fighters that would beat him. The assets bruno had were good. Perfect jab. Good accuracy and he could really box. But levels were very very important. If a guy was a lower level than he was it was fine. Frank could excel so still reasonable fighters like Bugner, Williams and Tillis he dealt with fine. Against set up type guys that everyone fought Bruno often even did a better job on them than guys he would lose to. Also his match making and career timing was excellent. Coetzee was perfect career timing etc. However, If the opponent was close to franks ability franks energy would drain out of him after 5 rounds. In fact after 5 he was not even half the force. He was perfectly placed to beat Witherspoon. There wasn’t anything Tim did better than Bruno apart from relax. And that’s all it took. Tim was not even in good shape. So in theory Patterson could freeze up too. Like he did with Sonny and Frank could destroy Floyd under that circumstance. But Sonny was a much better fighter than Frank Bruno. Sonny could go right through the levels in class and take breathers staying relaxed. Liston did not drain off like Frank did. So I don’t see Floyd getting so unnerved with Frank. Patterson could match a Tysons boxing performance on bruno without Tyson’s power. It was the sheer speed of Tyson that unsettled Frank as much as the extra physical strength and power. The explosive way Floyd fought his rematch with Johansson would be problematic for Bruno. I see Frank being dangerous early but staying far too tense to do himself justice until the fatigue sets in. The fatigue that prevented him winning big fights with Smith, Witherspoon, Tyson and Lewis. Once that sets in all the physical advantage Bruno has goes and Floyd would exchange with him in the way he was able to with Chuvalo and Bonavena. His work rate would I think wear an already blowing Bruno down and stop him about round 13 like Holmes did Cooney who also drained down to a much less potent fighter after a few championship level rounds.