My Top Ten 88-93
The league was only beginning to neuter itself at this point, but this is my list.
1.Probert-knock out power and rep clearly earn him this spot
2.Kocur-no harder puncher anywhere anytime
3.Jay Miller-neither a knockout punch or a big name, but could outlast anyone and rarely lost
4.Ken Baumgartner-good puncher, good balance, decisioned some of the bigger names
5.Lyndon Byers-great puncher, had stamina, somewhat psychotic, and walked the walk when he was healthy
6.tony Twist-just coming into his own at this point. would later develop into a monster
7.Gord Donnelly-always overlooked on these forums, but he kept everyone honest and rarely got embarrassed,
8.John Kordic-God bless him. Ran wild and was fearless. Always on the trading block but always in demand.
9.Shane Churla-taking over for an older Basil Macrae. Overlooked and underappreciated.
10.Mike Peluso-just so big and strong, he often overwhelmed his opponents.
Too all of those I have left off..you guys know that this was a great time for fighters. So many names come to mind so don't be offended if you don't see your favs here....Steve