paul is the same paul always...but serg wasn't doing anything different either..in fact paul had the right plan,because he neutralized serg for the most part by being aggressive to start..(which he doesn't typically do)..he just got caught with 1....there was nothing that serg was doing that said he "should" have won anything......
eh, idk. IMO for the first 45 seconds or so, that aggressive style makes you say okay, that's the paul that you want to see. Then as it goes on, and you watch how he lowers his body into serg as he throws a high percentage of absolutely nothing but power punches, versus mixing it up with jabs, it was like okay, this n*gga is wild'n. Serg was coming into his space in december, and tonight as well. He was getting his shots in, which was even easier to land with this n*gga paul trying to f!ght at serg's height instead of his own. That brief flurry he got near the ropes when he got too close to serg and his arm length became a disadvantage, idk, maybe not to some people since you're disagreeing, but to me I was picturing him doing that all night. Coming in close and giving paul the hands. His aggressive style was definitely a bit of an eye opener for the beginning, but Serg wanted to play more aggressive this time, more so than last, and paul not playing any type of guessing game with his offense, and literally not playing any defense other than wrapping, he was gonna get it. He caught it last f!ght, and the decision just happened to land his way. I didn't expect a knockout, let alone in round 2, but as the f!ght was going to continue, I don't see paul making any drastic changes in his style on the fly to put him in the winners chair.
Paul needa go hang out with mayweather, and pick up some skill and maybe some foot work.