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Old 12-21-2012, 01:31 AM
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Originally Posted by intoccabile View Post
You miss the point, big time. The point is Sergio doesn't need to constantly move laterally or have to run against Floyd, his legs won't be an issue at all. He's the bigger man and will be the aggressor. He'd be in and out and very good at keeping floyd at the end of his punches. FLoyd doesn't beat sergio with single pot shotting, he just doesn't. It's that simple.
Do you even watch Sergio? You need legs for that kind of ambush style. About 2 weeks ago we saw an in and out fighter get his @$$ knocked unconscious by a right hand happy counterpuncher.

Aggressively using an in and out style requires legs as manny has shown us. Look at how manny's effectiveness was limited against Bradley when his legs weren't 100.

Sergio was brilliant at controlling range against Barker and Macklin. That's why Barker was able to get close enough in the pocket to get off and make it hard for Martinez to counter. Macklin kept having the range to land a straight to the body.

This simplicity you condescendingly try to preach of eludes you.

ps: and Martinez is better countering than he is leading
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