I just want to see the best fights possible. Of course, what I want and what I get to see as a fan of boxing are rarely the same thing. I’ve followed Benn’s career since his debut and look out for his fights. He makes up for his technical flaws with his heart on sleeve all action style which is good to watch. The obvious problem is him coming up the easy way though. I’d throw more support his way if he tested himself against some legitimate competition. If he gets a few L’s on his record as a result it doesn’t matter as long as he puts in a good showing and keeps improving. Just want to see where the kid is really at rather than witness this manufactured pathway of over the hill soft touches until a vacant title presents itself. If he’s ready for superstardom as Hearn keeps saying then he needs to prove it against a real fighter close to their prime like Taylor and if he gets knocked out he will still get the credit for having the balls to go into a fight as an underdog rather than heavily odds on every time.