I couldn't resist mentioning this one. You won't ever find a more defininitve DRAW in your life.
Both guys stand back and throw punches that don't do a whole lot of damage. They are tied up effectively and most punches ring off the helmets. The jabs are effective for defense more than offense. Both guys agree to end it. How that equates to a Shelley win is pretty humorous and shows what little credibility the voters here have. Ask both guys because you clearly don't have a clue if you gave Shelley a win.
Decent scrap. For all of you who comment this as a crap fight, how does it average in at a 5.5? At lease there were a few punches thrown. Numerous jersey jabs eventually will take their toll on an opponent as well. Didn't see too many punches land squarely, but Shelley gets the win for ones that did score.
Pretty good fight but a win for Shelley. I have to give both guys credit. Although Shelly's a useless plug with absolutely no skill, he's been at his craft for a long time and has taken many beatings and given a few himself and his big ugly scar filled mug is proof. It has to take a toll on you after awhile put he keeps coming back year after year and has never lost sight of what his role is. As for Janssen, he's one tough little prick. I hate his antics after and sometimes during fights but he has to be given credit for fighting the big boys, especially after he had his nose smashed in by Rypien last week.
good fight. shelley early then janssen late. big props to janssen for coming back in a fight where shelley's head was only visible for punching a couple times the whole scrap. shelley was mostly just using his big reach to hide after he got in his early hits in.
Close, nothing heavy or hurting landing, but Shelley with considerably more punches (including those annoying jabs) thrown and landed.
I give CJ credit for going up against the bigger boys and when he throws he can be pretty good, but this strategy of letting the opponent punch himself tired for 60 seconds and then waving the linesmen off so he can make a triumphant finish and then showboat for the crowd, is getting a bit tiring and boring. He could learn a thing or two from the smaller guy that bloodied him up last week.