Originally Posted by BRITISH LlON
You should listen to yourself. You are trying to deny what Eubank said in that interview. He didn't say he was completely weight drained although he could have said that or added it at least. But he didn't say it. People asked him what he thinks about Calzaghe. And he said Calzaghe has very fast hands and very good power. Who are you to judge Eubank's judgment. I mean Eubank himself says Calzaghe has good power and all you do is act as if Eubank was so weight drained that night that he is not able to judge how much power his opponent has. Isn't that just a typical sign of a Calzaghe hater? Or a hater in general?
I don't even care about Calzaghe, and I am not british. So forget my username.
This is a boxing forum, may as well close it down if we're not allowed too disagree with what boxers say! Because if he said he was weight drained and such it would make him sound like a sore loser despite that actually being a valid point. He was preparing for a fight at cruiser against an orthodox opponent & had to make 168 for a southpaw on only 11 days notice, of course he was drained & probably severely too.
You're not British lmao, sure you aren't!
Who did Joe ever drop or stop legitimately in his entire career worth a damn except a shot Woodhall & Eubank at the tail ends of their careers?
Am I too take Eubanks words over Joes power or should I say lack of over countless hours of footage and the words of a shed load of opposition who also felt his power?