Haha, no problem man, I'm assuming you've caught a couple of his losses. The consensus opinion on Judah is that he relies too much on his natural talent. He keeps his hands down even when backing out, he tires out in most of his recent fights, he doesn't have a plan b when his opponent applies pressure, if you want to learn from a southpaw Pernell Whitaker has been P4P one of the best.Thanx man..Well i started thinking the same thing lol
Thanks for putting my thread up dude :thumbsup:. It's nice to see it getting used. And if I was a southpaw, I would also try to fight more like Whitaker.Go here NFFC put a ton of Judah fights:
Btw, if your going to strive to fight like another southpaw, I wouldn't suggest Judah try Pernell Whitaker.
Every southpaw aspires to be more like Whitaker. That includes Zab. He was brought into boxing as the "second coming of Whitaker". Too bad he didn't move back to 140 after Spinks, maybe he could have been.Thanks for putting my thread up dude :thumbsup:. It's nice to see it getting used. And if I was a southpaw, I would also try to fight more like Whitaker.