It is the hype that should be blamed, no he. Compare him (everything
about him) to Banks, and it is clear who is trade craft. Again, it is
the people around him (and the media hype) who should take the punches
in the ring, for promoting him too fast and letting punchbag
opposition victories get to their heads.
With Price, I have to disagree with the article, I don't find those
fights analogous at all. Price *is* a boxer. Whatever the exact
medical definition of what happened, he took a hit to the ear area and
temporarily lost body and mind completely.
Rather, that is comparable to football goalies, who sometimes stand
just right in the ball ... -- well, what do you call it? the line
along which the ball travels -- anyway, they are standing in the right
spot, hands up to catch the ball, but the ball slips in their hands
and drops in the net. This happens to *all* goalies, even elite ones,
and it is comparable to what happened to Price.
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