10/04/2011 1:07pm, #41
The people who thought that was a boring fight seem to be implying that they only like one sided beatdowns, or slugfests between two guys with iron chins.
I'd like everyone that thought the Cruz v Johnson fight was boring to post a link to what their ideal exciting fight looks like.
10/04/2011 1:55pm, #42
no i just like a fight where i havent predicted the outcome after 1 round.
different strokes man, me and bastard already said why we feel it was boring. you can feel however the **** you want, it wont change some peoples opinions. thats the pointlessness of debate not based solely around logic.
10/04/2011 1:57pm, #43
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10/04/2011 3:10pm, #44
10/04/2011 4:46pm, #45
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Its just that people are stubborn fucks.... especially on the internetz.
I really liked the fight, and the card in general. Very impressed with Cruz.
10/04/2011 8:46pm, #46
I think Chael said it best, no one wants to watch someone doing something good for 5 rounds. 3 rounds, sure. But not 5 rounds.
10/04/2011 8:50pm, #47
10/04/2011 9:26pm, #48What a disgrace it is for a man to grow old without ever seeing the beauty and strength of which his body is capable. -Xenophon's Socrates
10/05/2011 7:13am, #49
10/05/2011 10:34am, #50
But the real issue is that in 5 rounds, a fighter has time to settle and his patterns and body language is more showing than in 3. That is, it's more obvious if he's aiming for a decision win or a finish win (It's not one or the other, it's to a degree). That's what made the difference between say Edgar-Maynard(2) and GSP-Shields.
And don't tell me about pacing for 5 rounds being the problem, if you can't do that than maybe you shouldn't be fighting for a world classs title. And again, boxing has 12x3 (had 15x3).
P.S. Aren't you the sensitive type?