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02-15-2007, 06:58 PM
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Originally Posted by Fletch View Post
think he actually scored 6 goals one year, showing that he wasn't just a goon.

He did go with everyone and had better staying power than most fighters and always seemed to come on in the second half of the fight. The only two guys I recall him having any trouble with were Tony Twist and Stu Grissom. Stu pulled Langdon's jersey over his head and started pounding his head. Twist never really got a punch off, but Langdon mostly was holding on in that match and nobody would want to get hit by a Twist punch. That guy wound up and delivered quick, hard punches, when someone would actually drop the gloves with him.
I always thought Lagndon was going to become more of a player than he did. Especially those first two or three years under Campbell. I was thinking 10 goals, 15 some odd points but it never really happened.

Langdon rarely ever lost bad. He struggled with Grimson and like everyone else wasn't about to go toe to toe with Twist and had a bit of difficulty with McCarthy, but outside of that he was always a top 10 fighter in my book.

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