Exactly what the heavyweight division didn't need. Hasim Rahman vs. James Toney was supposed to be the first step towards some clarity in the sport's glamour division ... some consensus regarding who is THE MAN. Instead, it settled nothing. Rahman threw the greater volume of punches but Toney was sharper and more accurate. Neither fighter did enough to impress anyone so, after 12 rounds of relatively decent action, the judges called the bout a majority draw. Toney was actually ahead by one point on two cards entering the final round but Rahman took the 12th on all three cards to salvage the draw. Rahman again proves he would be nothing more than a journeyman heavyweight in any other era. Toney, who weighed a sloppy 237, again proves he's got amazing boxing skills and, apparently, absolutely no discipline whatsoever at the dinner table. Next up for Rahman, who retains his WBC belt, is either a rematch with Toney or a mandatory defense against Oleg Maskaev. Next up for heavyweight fight fans (if there are still any out there) is Chris Byrd vs. Wladimir Klitschko on April 22. Let's hope that fight at least produces a winner . . .