- Jun 4, 2013
There’s a difference between doing and knowing.. you ignored it before, but why don’t the most successful athletes make the best (or even good) coaches most of the time?No qualifications.... HAHA
Yeh sure.. somebody who’s grown up heavily involved in the sports for 10’s of years, competed in the sport for years and years, who’s entire livelihood is hedged on their boxing knowledge and ability to implement that knowledge at the high levels..... isn’t what you would classify as more “qualified” than you?
I’ve never claimed to be the smartest most knowledgeable even amongst the few posters who posted on this page of this thread alone..... yet at least I’m not dumb enough to think Loma won that fight.
Keep digging mate
Just try thinking, with a lot of effort I think you could improve to an iq of about 80 or so.
All you have to do is start talking about why you think Lopez won round 12, I could point out the mistakes you’re making with video evidence... then that would open you up to the idea (shock, horror) that appeals to authority are sometimes the worst thing you can do if you want to know something.