Originally Posted by The Gambler1981
That doesn't matter~
What matters is a prospect getting better, worse or stagnating and it is plainly apparent to anybody with even the slightest boxing acumen that he is getting better at least it should be.
Will he ever be anybody, who knows but this is the correct path to be taken with him to give him the best chance at possibly making it.
Also I said the moment he turned pro I didn't care what happened until year 5 and if they moved him faster than that he would fall on his face, we are currently at the beginning of year 4 so I have a whole year before I really need to judge him.
Patience is a virtue~
Maybe, do you have the same opinion on the other heavyweight prospects though?
If so then fair enough.
I'd just like to see him facing at least decent journeymen.
People gave fury **** for rogan and maddelone, but at least those guys know their way around a ring and are able to clock you a bit stiff if you are sloppy.
I'd like to see wilder at that level at least