I sensed Parros's game plan was to do a little rope a dope and wait till McGrattan tired himself out...
Parros had a good grip preventing McGrattan from connecting with anything,
Parros threw less but managed to get a few subtle ones in.
Good thing for McGrattan the linesmen jumped in early as he started to show signs of low fuel.
Edge to George.
I have to give it to Parros...Very slight edge from what I see. I can certainly understand why some voted it as a Draw, I just feel that a couple of those rights from Parros did land, although they didn't really do any damage...
Couple of professionals right here. Punching the clock and then going for a beer. Glad McGrats is back in the mix.
I said it before Parros knows how NOT to get smoked but that boy throws pillows and I'm really disappointed they didn't open up.....And Yes one huge and important point in fighting is NOT GETTING SMOKED :) He still sucks IMO He has courage but he ain't no TUFF GUY!!!!!!
It's funny watching Parros fight when he's afraid to lose, rather than balls out against smaller inferior opponents, which is most nights. McGrattan beat his a$$ last time and big Georgie was very aware of the potential damage that could be inflicted. Not a Parros fan in general but a boring draw in my estimation, especially compared to their last bout.