Most of the time we talk about the All-Time best fighters when we debate their merrits and rankings on the HF "Remember When" section.
But what about the "other" guys, the willing ones who were not as polished with their fists? Yes these guys were ready to drop the gloves just as much but the results were almost always not positive.
But as the old saying goes, "Every dog has his day" and so did these guys. What fighter and what fight do you think was the best fight of their mediocre fighting career?
I start things off with three guys with alot of guts but not a lot of wins to show for it, but in these fights, they were "King for a Day".
1) Chris Tamer
KD of Bob Probert
with a left hand.
2) Kelly Buchberger
goes toe to toe with Jay Miller
and pulls out the win.
3) Mathew Barnaby KD of Joe Dziedzic
Gentleman, let's hear some of your top choices!!!
"IF THERE IS A PROBLEM ON THE ICE, I FIX IT!"
DAVE BROWN, PHILADELPHIA FLYERS.
LET'S BRING BACK "OLD TIME HOCKEY", SO EVERYONE CAN REMEMBER WHEN!