|09-13-2012, 04:49 PM||#1|
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Scully is the man.
|09-13-2012, 06:03 PM||#3|
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I don't know why he took the fight against Ward. Even after beating B-Hop Chad became the #1 LHW yet many people still thought of him as an underachiever. I guess they weren't impressed with his performance against B-Hop, I know I wasn't.
Odd that Scully didn't mention his training camp in preparation for Ward because I heard it was terrible. As much as I don't think highly of Scully as a trainer, it was Dawson's decision to drop Steward and hire Scully. I don't think Scully had the time to evaluate Dawson and see what he does wrong as a boxer. Scully immediately had to think of a gameplan against Hopkins, that's a very tough predicament that Scully was in, especially considering that Scully has never trained a boxer at the world class level against a world class opponent.
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|09-13-2012, 06:13 PM||#4|
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I had picked Ward to win but Dawson looked sluggish and drained to me. Had it been at a more comfortable weight, the fight would have been more competitive but the outcome would've been almost the same.
|09-13-2012, 06:16 PM||#5|
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Good response from Scully.
I think the weight and ability of Ward were just too much to climb
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