The two drop the gloves and square off at the blueline. They grab ahold of each other and exchange jersey-jabs with Gratton following up in the form of two rights. Vandermeer throws a right and a jersey-jab in response. Gratton throws a right and an uppercut and the two start going back and forth with straight rights. They tie each other and Vandermeer is the first to get free, connecting with three right crosses while Gratton tries to stay on his feet. Gratton throws three rights of his own and they start going toe-to-toe with long rights. Vandermeer switches hands and throws four lefts with Gratton throwing two during the flurry. They exchange some jersey-jabs just before Gratton throws another right. Vandermeer returns fire with two lefts and throws two rights until he loses his balance and goes down to his knees, bringing Gratton down with him. The linesmen are there to pat the worn-down fighters on the back and end the fight.
Vandermeer was clearly in the controlling role of the fight. His stance dictated, making it hard for Gratton to deal and take punches
A few cleaner shots by Vandy
Gratton has a hard head. Vandy rocked his world. What an ass whopinnnn!!!!!!!
I LOVE watching a scrap where both fighters are great at their jobs. They both switched hands multiple times, did not tire easily and traded big shots. Vandy was ready for Gratton as Gratton had run him late last season and Mark Bell stepped in for him. This is my vote for fight of the year. Don't get me wrong, I loved seeing the Boogie man go down but this one takes it.
they gave their all 100% EDGE Vandermeer landong more.
Great job by both guys, but Vandermeer gets the win for landing much more blows.
love the drums when Vandermeer landed good hits
vandemeer is an X flyer.wish they had him back