I agree that even great fighters have technical lapses and make mistakes that they sometimes end up paying for. Dropping your left is obviously far more dangerous (and reckless) in some instances than others. It’s all situational. You can do it all night long if you’re in against someone who’s not long enough or fast enough or in position to counter effectively. It’s a lot less smart to do against an elite power-punching counterpuncher who has his weight on his back foot and his right had ****ed and ready to fire. It was an excellently executed counter but Louis left quite a window for him, just like he did in the first knockdown on the ropes.