I agree to many fights and fighters to go unbeaten.
Originally Posted by Flyer_Frank
Shmyr played quite a few years in the WHA and was well into his 30s by the time he went back to the NHL. The WHA became a real fighting league from 74-75 on. I'd be willing to bet a dollar that the fight per game average was a good bit higher than the NHL's during those years. I don't think anybody went undefeated.
I'm sure there were alot of "muggings" considering the number of bench clearers that occured and the shear number of fights. There seems to be alot written on the Carlson/Fotiu fight. Many comments coming that Carlson had bloodied him and suckered him as well. According to many, he was considered the toughest dude in the WHA.
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