Nothing negative about this one, unless of course you were on Perry's hype-train... As usual, he came out super aggressive but Griffin was like Holyfield to his Tyson, better jabs, better footwork and reach-advantage are still all it takes to stop this kind of maniacal walk-down
I'm not following you guys on this call, Perry will adjust and will come back better than ever, he's awful young and frankly has shit for brains ATM, being humbled like this is the best thing that could've happened to him at this point in his career. Also, he looked done for 2 rounds but had Griffin not dished out the amount of punishment he had (which does wonders to sap the endurance out of a fighter), Perry would've come back to take him out before the end of the third. So yeah, I'm pretty sure you all can go from "hyped" to full on respect and watch how he'll evolve out of this one.
As for Griffin, superior technical performance and following a better game-plan to a tee, but no "x" factor, he went in like he was going in for his day-job, a day at the office. Perry is a hard MOFO to take out, but if Griffin had just a bit more of decisiveness and a finishing instinct, he could've gotten the "job" done
This kind of performance gets me wondering how much more we can expect of him, I just saw that he can use his reach and speed and follow a game-plan but that's about it. Doing what he did to Perry, stopping and almost being knocked out at the end of the third keeps me more interested in watching the loser in this fight than him...