> Please let this happen Tszyu will show how good he is...he will win easily
> on points.He is the smart fighters teacher and shall prove it.There is no
> way he would come back if he thought he couldn't win and win quiet
> comfortably with an ajustment to his gameplan.
> Anybody out there think that Hatton could beat Tszyu in another way than
> the first fight? *as the tumbleweed blows by*
Why does Hatton need another way? It's Kostya who needs another way. The
problem is, Hatton did to KT what KT did to just about everyone he faced -
he dominated him physically and imposed himself in such a way that NO change
in tactics was going to help.
Why? Because age finally caught up with the warrior. No one escapes it, not
even the mighty Kostya Tszyu. What he CAN escape is the ignominy that so
many before him have incurred. He should retire. He should have retired
*before* the Hatton fight, if you really want the news. He should retire
because he's smart enough to know it's the sensible thing to do.
Maybe he's become greedy, and/or really believes he could do it. Few would
deny him the opportunity - even Hatton admitted as much after the fight -
Tszyu refused no one in his career and if anyone ever had the 'right' to ask
for a re-match it's Tszyu.
If he gets it and pulls off a win, he could rightly claim to stand beside
JCC as the greatest 140lb'er of all time. And of course, look what happened
to JCC (and who snuffed his career?).
Tszyu ignores that irony at his peril.