Nice interview. I enjoyed how the questions lined up chronologicallywith his career. I understand the need to be respectful but I thought a lot of the questions were softballs and as a result a lot of his answers were pretty vague.
I would have liked to see some questions regarding what his strategies were for different opponents. Whether or not he thinks it's an advantage to be a left fighting mostly righties. How fighting became more difficult in the 90's because more players started becoming proficient with both hands instead of being strictly righties or lefties. Or maybe whether it's more dangerous to fight left-on righty as there is more chance of landing or suffering a clean shot (the Twist KO for example.) Or maybe even question his tactic of jumping players and landing lefts immediately and then falling to the ice.
But anyway, thanks for the great interview. I look forward to more.