“Because, for all his limitations, Stevenson is dynamic in his ability to bury home the only fist opponents need fear. Against Williams, he started by using his jab to hide the cross Williams expected but could never see coming. When Williams employed a high guard to catch the crosses he couldn’t see, Stevenson responded by digging lefts into Williams’ body. This adjustment forced Williams to open his guard just enough for Stevenson to find his chin with left uppercuts. Unable to stem Stevenson’s assault, Williams’ redoubled his commitment to a kill-or-be-killed strategy, which, for the inferior fighter, does not offer the 50/50 proposition such an either/or relationship implies.”
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