Nope, that's called high risk, high reward, which is still calculated risk from an advantageous position, cause you come up short and can pull a Mikey: he was too big! Unifying, cleaning and dominating a division eliminates calculation entirely, as high risk low reward comes naturally. Your argument fails as it can be translated to Spinks, Holmes, Berbick and Tucker alone were more perilous than facing this no-hoper Douglas. And yet they did not beat Tyson. The high risk, low reward guy did. Which is why I rate Hopkins' single division run with all comers over at least 3 of Pac's many divisional achievements. And say Inoue should do the same at 118.