It's called being objective. Don't think that because you're a diplomat that this hides your bias. I have no issue with calling it as I see it, and my opinion is always subject to change as I'm never held hostage by marketing or clan axioms like many are, including yourself. I don't really have a boxer I "support" and I'm not a nationalist. Needless to say, I have no issue commending Joshua on his strengths and in equal measure, I have no issue bringing up his weaknesses, and offering critique on the corporate machine that impels the foundational basis of his career - and that's why his failure in the USA was relevant, but of course, you see it as "unlikely". You turn a blind eye when suits, much like you do with your fairytale beliefs regarding doping.