At first, I was suprised the way Orr was handling McGrattan. But then as we all see, McGrattan gets exceptionally stronger through the bout. Orr definitely had the upper hand in the very beginning of the fight. But towards the middle and end, it was all McGrattan. Couple of warriors right there. Great scrap. McGrattan wins again.
Very good fight between two of the circuits young but established top tenners. Orr early but McGrattan takes over late to win on volume. It looks as if occaisionally Orr''s lack of height and reach can hamper him vs the bigger guys..
These two stare each other down at center ice, and decide to drop the gloves and begin to square off. They each are going toe-to-toe, with Orr landing some solid rights. They continue to exchange rights, and one of Orr's punches knocks off McGrattan's helmet. They each continue to exchange rights, with some solid punches connecting by each combatant. Orr switches to his left, connecting with a couple, while McGrattan continues to throw rights. Orr switches back to his right, and they continue to exchange. After that, Orr loses his balance, and they fall to the ice with McGrattan on top.