I haven't found much good analysis about the striking battle between Faber and Pulver, so I figured this would be the forum to ask. What did you think of Faber's stand up game? It was interesting to see him stand for virtually all of the entire five rounds. Stylistically, what was working for him compared to Pulver's more traditional looking approach? It was especially interesting to see given Pulver's size and reach advantage. I also thought I heard a commentator say that Faber's style was reminiscent of Bernard Hopkins. I don't know boxing very well. Is this true about Faber's style being Hopkins like? Last thing: Faber trained with BJ Penn before this fight. Given how much standup was in BJ's fight with Sherk, does anybody think that Faber's gameplan might have been influenced by the training he did with Penn in Hawaii? Thanks for any thoughts.