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Can analysis of a fight ever be invalid?

I always wonder, whenever I watch a fight and come to conclusions about the techniques used by fighters, the strategies used and the general reasons for the outcome of a fight, am I wrong?

It makes me wonder, does the analysis I pull out stand, or isit a bunch of comments based on things I thought I saw or based on a bunch of cliche

One thing I respect alot about JackSlack's articles are the way they highlight aspects of a fight that you may not have seen - I think that talent and ability to do that isn't shared by everyone

So it begs the question, can analysis always be wrong? Or isit subjective? If I see something and draw a conclusion from it, does it automatically make it valid?

I ask because writing a little series of articles analysing past fights and upcoming fights could improve my knowledge of the sport and seems like a decent hobby! My only worry is talking utter rubbish and getting abuse hurled at me lol!

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