@TitoFan trolls again with a complete dangling lugworm of an opening post, dressed up inexpertly as open minded enquiry and Lyle jumps in with a lazy and blinkered critique of British Boxing fan's and the supposed problems with the domestic scene here in the UK.
This is after @Althugz has already swung on TitoFans nuts despite being completely rational and a big fan of characters and entertainers like Naz who he was a fan of despite not knowing that he won and defended his international titles for 7 years and 20+ fights before he met Barrera. Apparently @El Kabong figured the problem comes down to Calzaghe, Haye and Chisora all having a bit to much Nas in their style.
Three very different fighting styles, but apparently to much like Naz whose own style was different again. It is the entertainment business and the four just mentioned all provided that in bucket loads. The idea that "It's great that guys like Hatton, Froch, Cleverly, Price, & Fury are turning things around for England....those guys are a lot more likeable than Naz who although entertaining was a Chav and everybody hates those bastards." is an anathema to any sense of rational discussion. It just proves that you already have a set idea of what defines British boxing and won't let reality shake that ingrained prejudice.
Calzaghe and Cleverly are not English, and yes it does matter because it shows how narrow your understanding of the British fight game is. @BIG H and @Fenster both nailed it by pointing out your owns posts glaring contradictory nature.
Who cares so much about fights that never happened, that they randomly become the soul topic of a thread and then are used solely to discredit a fighter and call him a coward?