i'm of the belief that the left hook that lands and begins the ending of the fight is a much more appropriate indicator of the better fighter than the 12 minutes leading up to it. that's how a professional boxing match is evaluated. you're talking about khan like he's already come back and stopped garcia. he hasn't. until then we've got one fight to go on that compared the two in the most direct manner that we've got in boxing. they fought. garcia knocked khan out.
we can agree to disagree, but you'll find people to agree with my stance on this one much more frequently than yours.
moving on, did you squeal like a school girl last night after that right hand, as i did?
there cannot be a more direct comparison of a fighter's abilities (not his resume,) within a weight class than a fight in their primes.
if amir khan gets back in the ring with danny garcia he'll have a chance to redeem himself. until then it's laughable to call him the better fighter, when best means of comparison so clearly indicates one fighter's superiority.
it's not as if garcia was being dominated or getting his ass whipped and landed a lucky punch. he landed his best punch on a chinny fighter with bad defense.
and finally, pacquiao was quite badly faded in this fight. that first right hand glazed his eyes over. he used to eat those shots for breakfast.