#WhYaMiHeRe.............."This is what prizefighting is supposed to be at its apex: elite fighters daring to prove the extent of their greatness. There's a reason why crusty octogenarian boxing scribes champion the days of Sugar Ray Robinson, Henry Armstrong and Roberto Duran, and eschew overmanaged modern champions. They sought challenges and accomplished brilliant feats in the ring. They didn't do it without failure, but those prospects never kept them from fighting. They understood, however consciously, that the absence of failure should not be confused with greatness."