Nah, he's right. You're being disingenuous I feel. The Wladimir that beat Peter was a far cry from the Wladimir that fell to Brewster. He was entering his prime years and would dominate the division for years after. Peter had him rocking and reeling several times. The second fight no, but Peter in the first fight was a handful for a prime Wladimir, who is levels above Johansson, who essentially was European level and not much better than that. Few would suggest that Peter was a skilled fighter. He wasn't fast nor well-schooled in my opinion. But he was a large aggressive lump who could box a little. Good clubbing power and a good chin. Took major punches off both Klits for many rounds before wilting. Skilled? Not really. He was pretty raw. But crude as he was, he could be a big handful for Johansson, who just never had to deal with anyone that powerful. And again, it's Johansson. He caught lightning in a bottle against a rather fragile champion, got mulllered by the same guy, and did very little after that. He wasn't anything special.