It looked to me like Murry intentionally pushed his own helmet off on Godards shoulder after they got tied up. In any case, he didn't have a chance to get the visor off at the start of the fight.
It also looked like at first they got tied up and were both fighting to get into a position to throw but then got so tied up not much happened. It was disappointing. Maybe next time.
Alot of clutching, grabbing and holding. But Godard gets the slight edge because of that big shot(and only shot) he landed near the end of the fight. I'll give credit to Murray though. He was definitely trying to them em'. He just couldn't get his arms free. The win goes to Godard.
Watching the Sharks all the time, Murray usually gets rid of his helmet/visor. I don't think he had much of a chance in this bout. Mostly hugfest, but Godard got in a few licks at the end. Murray isn't in the same class as Godard, but did fairly well and wasn't completley overmatched.
Murray did better job than Godard to tying up him.
You see too that Murray isn't the same galiper than Godard.
This was in a way a victory to Murray, because Godard didn't beat him as you can expect.
In this long fight wasn't an action, not many punches, no passion.
They tied up each others.
They didn't want to open up(particularly Murray, but Godard would should to find the way to win a fight) or they can't.
But more Godard's weakness in this one, though.
He gets his hand free in the end as Murray missed with his own and Godard landed a solid one.
Edge Godard in boring one.
I was listening to the radio at the time of the fight. they said Murray was on the end of his shift and Godard was fresh off the bench. Possibly fatigue on Murray. But he's a big boy. I wouldn't tussle with him.
Godard jumps Murray because he's unhappy he got checked, tough to blame Murray for not dropping his lid when the other guys dropped his gloves and tied you up while you still have your stick in your hand. Turns into a one punch fight, boring and a DRAW