I don't want to spoil it for anyone catching the west coast feed, but but bell rings at about 10:30 and it's non-stop action until the conclusion. Jim Gray and Al Bernstein were both searching for superlatives at the end, with Gray calling it the best fight he's ever seen, and he's a knob but he's seen his share.
“To get ass, you’ve got to bring ass." -- Roy Jones Jr.
"Your input has been noted. I hope you don't take it personally if I disregard it." -- Guru Zim
That was the best fight I've seen in forever to be sure. Just plain awesome from start to finish. I would, and probably will, pay huge amounts to watch a rematch. Too bad no one watches Showtime anymore.
After the missed short putt at 16, I really expected Stevie Williams to help set Adam straight. Stevie has undoubtedly helped Tiger's mental game over the years, so I hoped he could do the same with Adam in a pressure-based scenario.