Originally Posted by NateR
I think he only controls the fight in a defensive sense, not necessarily an offensive sense. There has to be another word for that, but it's not 'dominate'.
He doesn't fight to win, it seems that he only fights not to lose, so I wouldn't consider that dominating.
Nate I thought the same thing, that there has to be another word for it, until I looked up dominate and it basically said just to control. Control, I think, is more of a defensive word then offensive, but yes I agree with you there.
Maybe he should be called the most defensively controlling champion of all time instead of the most dominating of all time.