I don't care about those fights, either. I agree it shows you have sound fundamentals to fall back on but that's not what makes a fighter better than another where it matters - how good they were when they were prime. A prime Jones Jr. would deal with adversity accordingly to the tools and gifts in his arsenal. If he doesn't have it when he's not prime, it doesn't change the fact that he did have it when he was prime. Strict adherence to fundamentals aren't necessarily what makes one fighter better than the other. Naseem Hamed utilized less fundamentals than boxers who are not as good as he was. Also, Roy Jones deserves more credit for his abilities during prime - people always try to pass it off as lack of skill and rather just mere athleticism. Take for example, Gamboa. He was like an athletic cartoon character, particularly in the amateurs. Yet he couldn't box with his athleticism in ways that Roy Jones did. By 'we', I mean virtually everyone.