Every fight brings out the analyst in us. This is something we can never deny especially when intoxicated. But the best part of being one is that in our own little universe......This is one of the most SENSIBLE comments i've read here in pacland.congrats dude
we thought we are intelligent than the fighters inside the ring..
These so-called boxing analysts should stop telling boxers what to do. They're just BS people you know.
Perception of intelligence also depends on your level of intelligence. First, you have to distinguish an opinion from an analysis. Opinion can also be a matter of choice and preference. You simply favor one boxer over the other for some shallow reasons. One example, you hate Floyd, so you're rooting for Guerrero. That's not an analysis. But that's the most common opinions we hear in Pacland. Directly or indirectly expressed. Not all boxers use their intelligence inside the ring. Some are stubborn, some have limited skills and some find it difficult to adjust. We blame Donaire for not using his jabs and not throwing much against Rigondeaux. We were disappointed when Manny got careless against Marquez. These are intelligent boxers but they also commit mistakes. A lot of boxers commit mistakes caused by fatigue, overconfidence and carelessness. Sometimes it only takes some casual fans like us to notice that. So, we're not BS after all.