For crying out loud, Lunny. I saw the thread title and I came in here and was thinking about saying Steward, Roach and Nacho are my top three current and most established guys. And then it didn't even dawn on me, talking about it all week, that Steward was dead until my slow connection loaded the page and I looked at your opening post. Horrible. It's going to take some serious getting used to.
Now, people talk about Roach's flaws, I've got to say, to me, because he's such a media circus personality within the boxing world; Roach, quite exactly like Steward, all mourning bias aside, and the fact that I don't personally like Roach, and most trainers, has a flaw by way of mostly the same way fighters are usually flawed. That is to say, they specialise in styles. Roach specialises in fast, mid-range, in and out fighters. Steward specialised in tall, rangy, outside boxers who were heavily jab dependent. It doesn't mean they couldn't train anyone else, and it doesn't mean they weren't great and knowledgeable of the game. They were two of the three top trainers names for a reason, in my book. But, like most fighters, they know what they're good at and capitalise on it and have lesser parts of their game. They have a training style. Nacho does too. It's as unavoidable as not having any particular boxing style at the highest level for the fighters. That's the way it seems to me anyway.