I like Peterson, or I should say, I want to like him. He's a well rounded fighter with solid technique but He's too concerned with just absorbing shots with his gloves and forearms and it too rigid and predictable at times. In essence, he has the weaknesses of Kotelnik, Abraham and their ilk. In fact, I suspect Peterson-Khan will look a lot like Khan-Kotelnik.
You should tell your daughter her technique is better than Maidana's.
No, I think they are quite good, very good. Much better than say Dwyer and Big Ragu, both of whom I never liked. The only thing is, I just noticed there wasn't a set pattern to them, by that I mean, it's not like you do every broadcast or something. That's why I thought you might do them in an impromptu manner.
Yeah, you say that a lot, but I never really saw it as something negative We all have our idiosyncrasies. People say I tend to say "well" too much.
Though, Dominicano did say he had trouble with your accent.
I believe Dominicano said that Whitaker was telling Judah in the corner to pressure, and roll under the shots to get off on the body first. I didn't hear this, but this would've have been a good plan, to push Khan back and unsettle him, while trying to use his smaller stature to his advantage.
Its hard to access how effective Khan was, because of how bad Judah was
^This I fully agree with. I think at 140, it will difficult for the current crop to out box Khan given his height, reach, jab, and speed. Whether or not he can do this against bigger opponents remains to be seen IMO.
I agree with everything you said, I've always believed to beat a southpaw as a righty (and vice versa) you have to have the proper foot positioning or be on the inside, so it negates some of the problems. Obviously with Khan, he'll never be on the inside. Dawson-Pascal was a great recent example of what happens when you can't establish foot positioning.
I think Khan still has the bad tendency to run in on a line though. Judah had so many chances to catch Kahn coming in, but instead of pivoting, he chose to slip under.
At this point, I am very curious to see what will happen when Kahn faces a fighter with a comparable reach and height.