I was watching the Diaz-Malignaggi fight and I had it 115-113 for Diaz because of how much more aggressive he was. It was a close fight. However, don’t expect me to shed many tears for Paulie. A guy who has won 26 fights, only five of which are knockouts, and knowingly going into a situation where he knows he doesn’t have any advantage whatsoever, should have a plan to combat that inequity. If he knows that this is Diaz’s hometown, and he feels the judges are going to be biased for Diaz, then the game plan should have been simple: Remove any influence by the judges by knocking Diaz out. The judges could have been Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya and Bernard Hopkins for all I care. Had Paulie gone into the fight planning to knock out Diaz instead of boxing him and leaving it up to the judges, the judges wouldn’t have mattered. I understand that Paulie has the power "of a squirt gun" (as you put it, brilliantly by the way) but his plan should not have been to box. His plan should have been to knock out Diaz.Danny Martinez from Kevin Iole's Mailbag Another reason why people should have their head examined before posting nonsense on the internet.