I remember at the time being gutted that it had been stopped on the cut (although it was the right decision) as I felt that Lewis was within a round or two of stopping him, which would remove any doubt. Lewis was way out of shape, blowing hard and started painfully slow, but was warming into the fight and still had it covered. So I thought a Lewis win was coming pretty soon, and it underlined how comfortable a younger, in-shape Lewis would have been. I think Lewis didn't do the rematch as he knew his condition was well off in the first fight and he just didn't want to go through the pain of training back to fight fitness (even if he could have got there), so it was a risk. But the risk was his own condition, not fear of Klitschko.