I kinda find Jackman punching Bissonnette while his jersey over his head then hitting behind the head over and over quite cheap.Being an ex-boxer I can tell you why that is illegal and even in MMA.Don`t tell me Jackman didn`t know better.Jackman got a loss from me.That was cheap.
I still wonder when the Marcus of Moosejaw rules of Present fight ettiquette went into effect and who was the council that approved them?
I am a Biz fan.. i have to say.... but I grew up outside of Johnstown and grew up with The REAL Johnstown Jets (in fact as a kid.. was in the crowd when Slap Shot was filmed) and at that time and even later when I was an undergrad watching the Erie Blades the jersey pull and punch was as much of a mainstay as the jersey jab is today. The point is .. while I do not necessarily disagree with the chivalry of todays fights I am curious what caused such an elevation of ethics in what when it all comes down to it is a plain old fight? If this was on a barroom floor or a parking lot we wouldn't expect such a show... just curious....
While I liked the McCormick move, I am not against someone pulling the jersey over their opponents head and pummeling them. I for one thought Jackman showed restraint. No need for the refs to jump in, Biz would have popped his head out and kept going.
Draw, which Biznasty should be ashamed about considering his opponent. Jackoff tries to cheap shot his way to a victory by punching when the jersey comes over the head but doesn't give him the win or any respect for him or his ****ty no talent team. Watching that team all season long, I'd need to take a bath with a toaster, speaking of which, how about trying that ClaireAlexande?
when a player is in a disadvantaged position isnt there a unofficial rule that you ease up and step back ???? ..so how did Mr Jackman contiune throwing em when he had bissonnette's sweater over him , that dont make sense to me , ref's should of jumped in sooner or being a real fighter jackman should of eased up !!!!!!!!!!..