It really isn't really THAT weak - I remember so many times over the last 30 years people have complained about a weak division aside from the top 2/3 (much of Klitschko's reign that was said)... the grass always seems greener when you look at the times of ATGs. That part may be debatable, which is fine - but what I think we really should actually be happy about is that for DECADES now there have been complaints that the top active fighters aren't facing each other enough.... well ignoring everything that has happened in a relatively interesting year, look at what we have coming before the end of the year: Anthony Joshua vs Carlos Takam Deontay Wilder vs Bermaine Stiverne David Haye vs Tony Bellew Jarrell Miller vs Mariusz Wach Dominic Breazeale vs Eric Molina Dillian Whyte vs Robert Helenius Dereck Chisora vs Agit Kabayel Alexander Povetkin is pencilled in to fight in December against a TBA, Joseph Parker's handlers are making noises that he will have his next defense announced by the end of this month and Lucas Browne vs Sergey Kuzmin is expected to be also officially announced to happen in December. These may not be the greatest fights we'd all want to watch but they are all pretty interesting match ups. We have only 10 weekends left this year and we've pretty much guaranteed to see over half of the top 30 ranked heavyweights fight in that time - and all of those fights are between each other. How often does that happen?