Join Date: Aug 2010
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Originally Posted by The Surgeon
I often watch that fight, its a cracker, so is the first. I wish i was there for it, the tension and energy in the room must have been immense with punchers like those two about to square off. McClellan might have been the most vicious fighter ive ever seen, i love the clip when he hears he is number ~2 p4p (by someone's ranking anyway) and he simply replies with a cold glare in his eye and a stern tone "who's number one!?" as if he is offended by the very notion that there is a better fighter out there
His left hook to the body was a rib wrecker
Shame his career/life went the way it did (That clown of a cornerman he had should take a lot of the blame) he Should have been one of the GREATS
Anybody watch "The Fight Of Their Lives" the other month? Very sad but excellent piece on Nigel Benn and Gerald
Just realised I was talking about the first one in my above post.
Yeah the documentary was very good and you're right that cornerman was an absolute ****.