Scott actually looked angry and used Parros for a rag doll landing what he could on a very experienced fighter. Parros used the chuck and duck method that worked better last time. Scott showed class when he got the jersey over Parros and didn't nail him like some others would have. Clear decision to Scott who played well otherwise, his best game to date.
Gudbranson hits Scott from behind, pissing off Scott who in turn makes Kulikov think he'd run into a bus.
In the ensuing fight between Scott and Parros the nod goes to Scott. But the blood drops on the ice belonged to Scott who scurried off to the dressing room. That last uppercut right from Scott must have rung Parros' bell.
Parros wanted not part in Scott. Funny how Parros buckled after the uppercut but some of you clowns think it was a jersey pull. Scott's royal pounding of Thornton is the highlight of the season anyways - has the cementhead Thornton even dropped the gloves since then?
I guess you have to give it to Scott just based on accuracy and control, but not overly impressive. If you play 3 minutes a game and are considered the most feared fighter in the league then you should win by a bigger margin than this. Parros is a tough guy but Scott did just enough to eke out the W. Other than the Thornton bout this is a down year for Big John, but he won this one. gave it a 5.
Great hit by John Scott to start off the sequence. Parros had a great grip on Scott, but George landed nothing but those jabs, Scott had the big uppercut at the end for the not very exciting W. I think people are starting to figure out John Scott more and more, as he has not had very much success this year.