"Any puncher has a chance," said Zbikowski, who is 4-0 as a cruiserweight. "That's why boxing has always been in the interest of the public. Especially for a strong puncher like him [Ortiz] who has that kind of punching power, he stands a chance. If he makes it a rough fight, he's got a chance. But once it gets past the sixth, seventh, eighth [round], Floyd's going to take over. Floyd's going to catch him on the chin. He's too fast. The thing is, if Ortiz catches Floyd like 'Sugar' Shane [Mosley] did [on May, 1, 2010], Floyd's going to go down. But he's not nearly as fast as Shane. It's all about who fights his fight. If he's able to sustain those pop shots and can keep coming forward, Ortiz will be all right."