Parros definitely landed the punches, but Thornton didn't quit, and when he took him down, he lifted him and dumped him, not just fell on him cause he was tired. Both guys landed, and I call it a draw.
Close fight, but not much going on. I go with Thornton simply because he seemed more interested in getting it going. Parros seemed to me more interested in keeping Thornton at bay with his size, reach and strength. Thornton is due for a fight with someone closer to his size...give the man credit, as well as the other enforcers for doing what seems at times like a thankless job. Former teamates going here, as well as cup winners, kind of rare eh?
I hate dog fighting analogies, no matter how old. And while I'm complaining, the fool who called Brashear "Grape Ape," in a review of his last fight, needs to be seriously admonished, if not banned. Racists sicken me. Back to the fight-a win for Parros only because of his size, and certainly not any skill