What if cus D'Amato got ahold of Evander Holyfield earlier on? Does cus even know how to train anybody not in the peekaboo style? Evander was 6'2" and approximately 215 at hw, 190-200 at cruiserweight and in the early days at 175 if that is indeed true in the amateurs, I'm not sure though. His arms were too long, was too tall, lacked the fast Twitch explosiveness of a Mike Tyson. But he could: - counter punch and combination puncher -liked to dance in a rythm while fighting -had a good left hook deadlier to the body and head -refused to quit even if he got beat up. Holyfield did awesome, had a great legacy with Don Turner, but would cus would've been able to work with a young Holyfield and teach him the mental aspects of the game? Not to take anything away from Holyfield, I'm basically asking if cus can transform a different breed of fighter other than the peekaboo stance? And Holyfield was already blessed with immense talent. Sorry for the rant.