QUOTE (Franchize @ Aug 16 2012, 09:57 AM)
I don't think he has the mental toughness to handle Floyd Sr. I think he would crumble to Big Floyd's personality. He doesn't strike me as a guy who can take that onslaught of constructive criticism that Floyd Sr will hit him with. Basically, Floyd is going to pretty much come in there and tell him the way he's been fighting is all wrong lol Not many of these young thundercats, who've taste a little bit of success, are willing to revamp what they do. Mayweather's style of boxing is about your knowhow. A lot of these dudes think it's about how much you sweat and workout. There's a difference between talent and skill!
I will say the same thing that I said about Khan looking for a new trainer...if he isn't able to handle somebody coming at him with all intentions of cleaning up his craft, then he should hang 'em up. I believe Jones would be a bit more receptive to that bit of criticism from Sr. Either that, or fall victim to someone else's highlight reel...especially a 37 year old that you were supposed to beat.
If he goes back and beats Bailey, then it does nothing for him because he was supposed to beat him the first time. It's almost similar to Kirkland going back and beating Ishida, well, maybe not that close of a comparison, but Im sure you get the point.
One thing's for sure, NOBODY will forget how Jones got his clock cleaned by Bailey, and it's still runner up with Salido setting Lopez up on another blind date with the canvas.