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Had you bothered to read my whole post I already stated that Rossi will not walk it like the days of old. Hell, I'm not even saying he's going to walk it at all.
You're the one pointing out consistency, I merely showed you that Rossi was just as consistent as Jorge (which you very nicely chose to ignore) on the Yamaha and even better than Pedro.
Age is not as big of a factor as you make it out to be. Yes he is getting older, it does not mean he is any less skilled.
The biggest difference between now and 2001 is that Rossi is now racing people that are just as skilled if not more skilled than he is (take your pick as to which one, I could care less of anyone’s opinion on that point). It has nothing to do with him getting older.
Making predictions, as numpty so rightly pointed out, is worthless.