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08-14-2012, 11:04 AM
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Nick Kypreos was very tough but fought way too wide open and took some awful poundings.

Denny Lambert is an example of an effective middleweight who lost his scrapping prowess quickly at the end of his career.

In the early 90's, the Bruins' Brent Hughes would regularly get pounded by fighter and non-fighter alike.

Dana Murzyn was a courageous but inept scrapper who was always willing but seldom able.

Hector Marini was the Flyers whipping boy in the early 80's and an awful technical fighter.

Craig Coxe is a good example of a heavyweight who liked to stand toe-to-toe but often came out on the short end. He rarely fought non-fighters though.

Torrie Robertson was an 80's middleweight enforcer (more of a wrestler) who fought frequently but rarely won.

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