little guys ...with the low center of gravity...no quit ..balance ,and bombs= BIG TROUBLE !!!
The big guys...
Probert , for sure...I laughed as his brother Norm told me the story when ( I think they were at the drive in) and some guys tried to steal some beers out of the back of their truck....needless to say ...very, very bad idea
Brash....I don't mean to start a whole Brash bashfest ...but I don't think he would like to fight in the street, harder to hug, no refs when you bail....you get the idea. I said it before ...he doesn't have that love of combat that a Jonathan , or a Domi has.
Bob Gassoff....he had the right attitude.... he wasn't big but he had a huge amount of fight in him( of course he'd be with the smaller guys).
Fotiu...same problem as Brash...didn't have the meanstreak, did win some street stuff...but with very strong opposition ...I think he'd be in a little trouble....I could be wrong with him, he might take on another personality on the street, but from what I see on the ice...didn't like getting hit, didn't like long trading fights, seemed to want to win quick and spin and pull off balance...... can't do that on the street...no for long.
Nystrom ...another one with the right 'attitude'...never say die and always looking to land....what a natural fighter.
Wensink.... oh ya !!! He might want to keep you for an extended stay at the hospital, you may even loose your sight ( or even an eyeball
That's it for now, great thread...I'm sure I'm forgetting some greats...........