LOLOL, exactly - one tends to be hesitant about acclaiming too much, because it's Zab. There were definite positives to take away, though, and I saw the same as you re. his improvement from the McCloskey fight - I think it's fair to say that Zab was a comparably elusive target to McCloskey, even if their defensive techniques are nuanced, and Amir's ambushes were a lot sharper and more precise this time.
Hahhaa, Amir's a gun. I expected him to start really taking it to Judah at some point in the fight, but I was impressed at how early he jumped on him and seized the initiative - didn't give Zab a thread of hope to cling to. I didn't think Zab gave up, unlike many here, I thought he was game, but the bodyshot crippled him - the "low-blow" claim wasn't an excuse for quitting, IMO, but rather an attempt to save face for having been dominated so badly (Zab also said he was just starting to come into the fight when it happened, LOLOL). Amir's post-fight comments about his respect for Judah were nice.
Amir's a bit underrated as a body-punch artist, don't you think? Even pre-Roach, he'd hurt a number of his opponents to the body. I actually think that's where his fight-ending potential lies at the Championship level, with his body-attack.
I grew up here and no didn't grow up poor at all, North Jersey; upper middle class is more like it, but I didn't know it. Its not that she couldn't, its that she didn't know. Like I said, when I was younger she wasn't all that involved with what was going on at school except signing papers and checking grades.
How already know what that feels like and No I don't like the feeling. Been there done that. Growing up even though my father was in the medical profession, I had no idea of money or what it meant. Many years I was sent to school without food because my mother had no idea of making lunch at home and sending me to school with it. I'd starve on those days but on many occasions, friends would give me chips and what not.