QUOTE (The Original MrFactor @ Aug 6 2010, 06:55 AM)
I'm hearing that he's trying to go back down to WW. I wonder who he hopes to fight. Pacquiao, Mosley, Berto, Mayweather won't even look in his direction. Clottey probably would, but who wants to see Clottey ever again. I think Williams has unfinished business with Sergio Martinez. Also hearing about a possible bout with Dzinziruk. For a guy who was so feared, these two fights should be considered a godsend. I would like to think that a rematch with Martinez is his most lucrative option. Hope that HBO isn't lowballing that one. The first one was one of the best fights of the last 5 or so years. Maybe there is some fear in his camp about a 2nd fight with Martinez. Kermit Cintron was tagging Williams at will with hard shots before he pulled a Geronimo. Martinez had him figured out, but Williams won on guts alone. That fight was razor thin. I'd love to see a rematch. Hope his camp is down for a rematch, seeing that beating Martinez would land him the 160 linear title and possibly the most money he can make at this time.
I'm sick of Williams moving up and down in weight. Pick a weight, build a legacy and a reputation there. People will have to fight you if they want to move through 160. Fights will come.
As for the bolded part. I definitely feel that fight was entertaining though overrated. Martinez was very good and put on a good performance while Williams was poor and put on a frustrating performance. Martinez was just capitalising on Williams mistakes. He was incredibly sloppy.