thanks for the heads up mate,im going on holiday next month and i need to buy a good book to read it and i think that will be the one,The Dark trade by Donald McRae,sounds good to me.oh yea the eubank thing ive always been a big fan,i think its because all my friends and family hated him and i was always cheering for him.lol,
i am indeed mate,like to keep a open mind for all things and willing to learn of other posters,i know nsb has gone down hill with all the wars between floyd vs manny fans but after they fight hopefully everything goes back to normal,i must admitt bs has some great posters
So I've been trying to check out some James Toney because I really like his style but I don't know what to look in to. I know he's your favorite fighter, so could you recommend me a couple? I have McCallum, Jirov, Barkley and Jones.
I don't think it was a mistake of what happened to JMM, Hatton, and Mosely. I think they met with a superior skill set. As far as no legs anymore; I dont know where that came from or why it was even said by Roach because Mayweather is seriously good. What makes him so good is that he has the concept of timing and distance down to milliseconds and millimeters.
I was starting to think that maybe something was wrong with Mosely but I read an article by V. Wallace that made me think. He said that after the second round things changed for Mosely because everytime he would go to hit Mayweather, Mayweather would be gone but one second later he would reappear and pop him with a jab or straight. Ricky Hatton said the same thing about how disturbing it is to see your target in front of you and not be able to hit it. Actually Hatton said the Mayweather fight was mentally harder on him than the Pac fight. Wallace said that as a boxer you start to question yourself and hesitate before you punch which is the beginning of your destruction. Mosely started to second guess and tried to get Floyd to commit on what he was about to do but Floyd stayed true to form, which made Mosely question himself.