I also love in his fight against Jake Rodriguez, about halfway through the fight he pretty much drops his hands by his side and just dodges Rodriguez's punches like they're in slow-mo.
It's amazing to look at how talented he was back then, pure unlimited potential. When you see how fast and skillful he was, he could easily have become a Zab Judah fighter just as easily as the slugger he is today.
My favourite comment is that he is one-dimensional. He's proven way beyond a doubt he is able to make subtle adjustments in his fight plans to suit any opponent. Underrated in speed and defense. I probably would like to see him bodypunch a bit more, but hey, just being picky. He's the best 140 pound fighter in the world, no argument.