Agree with both guys about Lomachencko. He's remarkable - probably the best pound-for-pound best in the world right now.
His angles are perfect; he slides back and forth in that tick-tock style and hits you with shots that are difficult to defend against if you're in position and impossible to deal with if you're not. As a southpaw myself, this guy has become my idol haha.
But see, that's what happens when you have 400 fucking amateur fights. People always ignore that pedigree, but it means something. This guy developed a vicious style, and has already tested it against every other style on the planet. So even though he only has 8 pro fights, he's several rungs above other fighters who have 20 or 30 pro fights, but only a handful of amateur bouts.
And that's not limited to him. Kovalev has an amateur record of 195 - 18 - which is nearly a hundred more fights than Andre Ward had - and Gennady posted an amateur record of 345 - 5 (not to mention his Olympic silver medal.)
Thing is, when people look at these dudes, they're only seeing the tip of the iceberg - where they are, not where they've come from.