I understand your thought process. I understand it’s their choice. I get that. I get that you have more respect for someone who goes out at the top instead of embarrassing themselves. Again, I get that these losses have to count and that they can’t be erased. But again, at some stage, you have to simply see them for what they are. All losses count. But not all losses affect a fighters legacy. They can affect a fighters reputation, but they can’t all affect their legacies. The circumstances are important. You couldn’t rank Ali higher than you do if he hadn’t have lost to Trevor Berbick. Nobody would do such a thing. Again, I’m not asking you to ignore them. But if Floyd Mayweather comes back at 49 and gets beaten, it cannot affect his ranking. It can tarnish his reputation, but it cannot tarnish and affect his legacy. Because no knowledgeable fan would see it as anything other than Floyd missing the limelight. It would simply have no relevance. It would have no importance. It would just be a faded fighter looking for a high after being retired for years. It would simply be overlooked and put down to ego. Nobody would move Floyd up or down their rankings because of it. It would be classed as an irrelevant loss.