Who do you consider to be the most unorthodox in their approach to the Sweet Science, and what made them so? I’ll throw out a few to get this rolling: Ken North — not just that cross-arm defense, he moved forward with his left side leading and right foot trailing; Archie Moore kind of rolled and weaved but was much more squared up in his approach. Roy Jones Jr. — everything about him was unique, not just his speed and athleticism; he never really committed to a conventional stance and was able to dart in and out with electrifying power; I read once where he said he studied chicken fighting (he had fighting dogs and chickens) and copied them — lean in to draw an opponent to punch, then rock back and instantly back in full force with his counter. Vilomar Fernandez — wasn’t so much as a runner or mover as it was he just literally walked around the ring like a stroll through the park and then lashed out with accurate combos whenever he sensed his man was relaxing too much; nobody could look good against him for the most part. Who comes to mind for you?