Well he had to fight Ray, he'd been embarassed by Alexader Karpovtsev taking him to the woodshed and smacking him around in his fight before. Rob Ray
won as many as he lost... Nowhere Nearly as impressive as say the beatings Kocur put on Ray
Simon had a soft soft soft card in Washington/Chicago. He reigned terror on the Dan Lacouture
's, Bryce Salvador
's, Chris Dingman
's, Sean Brown
, Wayne Primeau
, Doug Houda
types. That's a Fotiuesque fight card.
He lost to almost every solid heavyweight he ever fought during that period other than Todd Ewen
. Chris McAllister
twice, Janssens twice, ran from Janssens, Langdon beat him, Reid Simpson
tossed him around, Keith Primeau
hurt him, Scott Parker
hurt him and Simon pulled the chute. Funny it was the same move he used against Boogard when he was getting free. Compare and contrast:
Pulled the same move on Chris Neil
when Neil had him in a bad spot as well. It's not like that period from 1996 to 2003 was a long time really. I can see discounting 7 years.
"The Hand is fine, I got a shot of chromosone yesterday." John Kordic on the status of his hand.
"Let's get out of this sh*thole."
Phil Esposito, on Winnipeg, after Team Canada lost game 3 of the 1972 series to the Russians.