Originally Posted by sdcluser
Khan = Zab + good heart + good stamina but bad chin.
No, no, no. . . Not even close. . .
Their styles, and abilities are not even remotely similar. Aside from the fact that they both have quick hands, the similarities end there.
Like I pointed out in my earlier post, Khan lacks the ability to transition from offense to defense, and vice versa; he lacks the ability to stay in the pocket, slip/pick off shots, and counterpunch. . This is actually one of the dynamics, and main strengths of Judah's game. Judah's defense is based around his head/upper-body movement, while Khan completely lacks this. Judah is fluid, and more natural, while Khan is stiffer, but faster.
Khan has to totally commit himself to offense, which consists of coming straight in, throwing combinations - it is what leads to him getting caught. Or, he has to totally commit himself to his defense (or really, lack thereof) - he is either standing stationary with the earmuffs on absorbing shots, or he's on his bicycle pedaling around the ring, dictating range to avoid the other boxer from engaging him.
Judah is actually able to stand in the pocket, and slip shots, and fire back with clean counters. He has fairly good head/upper-body movement.
Essentially, Khan relies on combinations, while Judah relies on hard, clean single shots - often off the counterpunch.
But yes, Khan has incredible stamina - his style of boxing is very taxing, and exhausting. Utilizing your feet to constantly move, and skeet around the ring is just as energy-sapping as firing off combinations. And of course Judah lacks stamina. . . Also, Khan does have heart for days, while Judah has no heart. none.