Originally Posted by imrik32
I don't understand what you find "romantic" about his father doing the opponent studying for him.
It's English dude.
A mysterious, exciting, sentimental, or nostalgic quality.
A narrative in verse or prose, written in a vernacular language in the Middle Ages, dealing with strange and exciting adventures of chivalrous heroes.
I certainly consider the closeness with his family and allowing his pop to game plan is romantic. Name me one other fighter who has a relationship with their dad like that. Warms my heart just thinking about it.
Don't worry. I wasn't implying Lyoto getting funky with his dad, or some other wonky concepts.