Exactly, I never said his feet weren't wobbling, the fact is he DIDN'T drop, and you've admitted that, so end of story.
Obviously Fujita intended to hit Fedor somewhere in the head (not just the jaw), seeing as how he actually threw a punch and his hand flew high when he threw his wild haymaker. And I give Fujita credit for hitting Fedor with it, but at the end of the day it's still a wild haymaker and techinically (that being the key word here) not a good shot because you can't rely on luck all the time...
When you predict something, wouldn't you try to think about how "a fight should go"? Or do you predict on a wild guess? It's true that I think fights should go one way or a certain way, I'll 100% agree with that, because that's how I see them happening after analyzing the fighters and their styles after watching them. And I don't get where the "size and quickness" argument came from, since I never even mentioned that here. I never disputed that either one (or anything else) has its own advantages or disadvantages, since I know they do. So, yeah.
Or maybe not many people have tried pounding out Wandy because they think they can't get him down or it's not their style. I mean, just look at the quality of most of his opponents. But everyone who knows that they can have. And Fedor will be one of those that knows he can. Though I don't know where this last statement came from, yeah, here's my answer anyways.