If you mean 'how can he be made into a top level fighter' or better than he already is...then you can't.
:clap:Personally I don't think he is a great boxer. Great speed yeah,he's to predictable and becomes easy to time. He is way too sloppy and his flurries are inaccurate, his jab seemed to land ok against Garcia but not a lot else. He needs to settle down and be more balanced he falls in loads which is dangerous for him.
I'm not hating on Khan he will give us exciting fights. But I don't think he can change its just his mentality and the fact he thinks he is above all these guys isn't going to help either.
I mean, how would you make the most of what he has now in terms of game plans, tactics and training etc.If you mean 'how can he be made into a top level fighter' or better than he already is...then you can't.
First of all you would need to get Amir to listen when you say don't stand and trade when your chin's made out of toilet paper. He could be VERY good, if he chooses to box at range and stop banging. When I heard Amir say "that's boxing and I just got caught" I actually cringed. The ideas to hit and not get hit, not blame your KO loss on getting caught, because you keep getting caught, and thats not good for your health or career.I mean, how would you make the most of what he has now in terms of game plans, tactics and training etc.
What am I right about this time?Same shit you do to every other chinny boxer that gets too wild:
@Flea Man was right
if you think about it? His problems arent THAT different from Waldos.