Well Cooper won, but to be honest he looks pretty rubbish and he wont be going anywhere. Harsh maybe, but considering how slow and shot Botha is, Cooper was pretty awful, lacking skill, power, just all round natural ability. Definitely falls into the 'hype' catagory, I'm afraid. Not the first and certainly wont be the last.
You mean Williams?
The fact you've got his name wrong on numerous occasions suggests you don't appreciate just how good an athlete this guy is and whilst athletes don't make good fighters, admittedly, some do give you the impression that they just have something different. This guy certainly makes you think he has a lot more than Curtis Woodhouse had entering the ring and he didn't do too badly.
He went in with a gameplan, executed it and came out the victor against an opponent who by your reckoning thought would have too much guile for him. Delighted for Bill-Williams as he really does have aspirations in a sport he clearly loves. Will be very interesting to see who he lines up next
Ok, its Williams
I have no idea who he is but was interested to see how he fared. And yes, he won on points against an old, old, old former HW champion, who is was so slow, he practically creaks when he throws a punch, and runs out of gas after 2 rounds.
With respect, I follow boxing almost as much as I do football, so to me, even at this early stage it is apparent he wont get very far, as he simply lacks so much, as a boxer. It does frustrate and annoy me when sportsmen cross over to Boxing from other sports, primarily because they believe they are pretty handy with their fists. It pollutes the sport somewhat and turns it into a gimmick.
The only redeeming feature to all of this is the fact that 99 times out of 100, they get put in their place. As I said Mundine is the exception. If this guy achieves anywhere near what Curtis Woodhouse has, then that in itself would be an achievement.