Niether one of those fights you mentioned was Hagler at his best. Most people think that Hagler was being too nice to Duran. Do you see Duran going 12 or 15 with Hagler from the Hearns fight? Mugabi, fought brave, but really, Hagler had that one in the bag by the middle rounds. Mugabi fought the fight of his life and got kayo'ed in 11. I came away extremely impressed by the fire and stamina of Hagler. Mind you this was the second to last fight of his career.
Hagler at his best is one of the greatest fighters that ever lived. His career has been established and set in stone. Ward is a new guy. Olympics gold metalist go three rounds, slapping each other with head gear on. Don't even bring that up in the conversation.
I am not sure why you doubt that the other posters that responded here could not give you an excellent breakdown of the fight. I've read their post on other threads. They seem to know boxing. If they felt more was needed to say they would have given it. Add in a guy like Sagebrush laying it out. I mean, what more needs to be said? The majority of the posters here feel like Ward is not ready for that type of work.
Let me ask you a question. What is your perspective of Hagler's style, skill set? I want to get an impression of how you view him in the ring. I've read your post about Ward's abilities but you did not offer anything on Hagler except "don't see anywhere where Hagler can exploit this guy to win". What else do you have on Hagler? I mean, since we are talking details let have some of it from you about Hagler. Not that I doubt you, but it will give us a better view of why you are holding this line so hard.