I believe the version we saw of Leo Santa Cruz last weekend could have beaten the Haney we saw tonight. He may even have outboxed him in the first rounds. And yes, he doesn't have that power or any other X factor, including the boxing skills to win UD over 12 rounds against the division's elite fighters. A very good boxer for sure, but right now that division has too much talent. But boxing is business too, so he'll land a good bag in a unification fight, which a lot of people would like to see. Not sure if it could be a ppv though. Due to the lack of that X factor that could even out the odds a bit more.Good foot feints from Haney. Gamboa allowing him to go out of range far too easy. Throw a double jab!
Haney hasn't got the power to hang with Tank or Lopez imo.
Probably Tyson Fury. Back to back world title challenges vs Wilder (OK sure those were voluntaries) but he gets knocked out both times and somehow he's still number 3 in the WBC rankings before his win yesterday, probably be at number 2 in the next updateWas looking forward to see Ortiz too. Ended before it started! Will be interesting to see who Ortiz fights next and where he goes. Gatekeeper I guess.