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07-02-2012, 07:57 PM
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I always liked Langdon, though he never developed the offensive side like was originally hoped for earlier in his career.

If Langdon had more punching power, he could've been a really feared fighter. Along with Baumgartner, he was probably one of the best technically sound fighters of his generation.

A cross between he and Orr/Kocur would've been scary.

Kocur was arguably the most feared, but he was already on the decline with us and most of the league's top fighters knew that if you contained the right you could handle him. It's one reason he was never quite as effective as he was in his first years with the wings.

Those Roger Nielson teams were pretty tough. You have to remember that Kocur, Domi, Graves, King, Beukeboom were all on some of the same teams.

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