Originally Posted by hectari
I think Rosado is very talented fighter with heart, he is young enough where he can grow and still has a chance to make a name at 154 I was impressed with him, but he just needs a trainer who has the tools to help mold him and fine tune him and can give him proper instructions in the corner.
His trainer lost his composure in the corner, he panicked, his own Father even said let Rosado continue, but the trainer Billy Briscoe panicked and said he was stopping the fight because Rosado might die.
Rosado was hurt, but he was okay just cut up and bloody, but you can tell he was still alert, a top trainer will not panic like that though with the HE MIGHT DIE or HE IS GOING TO DIE!
Rosado fights similar to Bernard Hopins, minus the holding, and hitting and dirty tactics.
you are focusing on the wrong things and missing the point.
rosado told his trainer between rounds he couldnt see and in the last round he clearly couldnt see the punches coming. when hes blind, way down on points and getting beat up how can you not stop the fight?
briscoe didnt panic, he made a calculated decision and the right one at that. he didnt stop the fight because he thought rosado was going to literally die, its just an expression like "your getting killed in there". its not literal.
rosado was about to get knocked cold, you cant fight if you cant see. common sense really. hell i he wasnt even fighting back, the stoppage was a no brainer.