That's more or less the oldest in the book when it comes to boxing - despair about the current crop of HWs and look back at a glorious past. In most eras you can find faults. The 90's has become popular, but this was a decade where two 70's fighters and a former LHW was among the best. The guys in the 80's where also very inconsistent and often in poor shape, as today's lot. We've just had two good, exciting HW fights. Ruiz-Arreola actually had a good skill level as well, even though those two aren't going to win Mr Universe any time soon. Sure, Arreola shouldn't have been competitive, but he pulled another life out of the bag and stuff like that is interesting in itself. I think it's a bit sad that Parker seems to be in decline even though he should be hitting his prime now, but otherwise it was a good night of action with two old war horses refusing to lay down and die.