QUOTE (daprofessor @ Aug 7 2013, 06:48 PM)
make your case...back it up with video.
I ain't posting no video, I ain't the professor, you are
Vids of Vasyl prove nothing, he did great as an amateur but that doesn't always equate to success in the pros. Though bi expect big things from him. But as far as Ortiz, Even in his losses he's looked good. The one thing that Victor has that Vasyl doesn't is that he's a natural athlete and physically gifted. Some call it God given. The sad part about ortiz is that the things that come naturally to him others have to work for, but he throws all that out the window because he's mentally fragile
In the Maidana fight, he was controlling it until he recognized he had the cut over his eye and then he shelled up, but he still fought well to the end. Berto was probably his best performance and the best example I can use here. When he's 100% focused and locked I. He's a nightmare to fight. Against Floyd he allowed Mayweather to get in his head but we all know that's not hard to do with Victor lol
The Josesito fight, he was controlling that until the jaw got broken and he retired in his stool. His issues are not physical or skill wise, they're mental. From the way he trains you can see the dedication to the craft hen just needs to focus on the mental aspect of the game. I'm still an Ortiz fan because he's so highly skilled and you just hope people like that put it together
Lomanchenko fought in that WSB, I'm lukewarm on that for a lot of reasons. But in comparison between he and Victor its not that close as far as skill. Lomanchenko might carve out a nice career for himself but he's nowhere near the athlete and then skill Victor has, hen might be mentally tougher though