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Discussion in 'Pro Sports' started by CloneGuy8, Jun 4, 2020.
I'd probably go Big Oak, but would consider Artest
How 'bout they fight and I back them up.
Hell, I don't even want to do that.
Edit for clarity: how is he on this list? I don't recall anything controversial or even intimidating about him.
Unless we're just looking for stamina in the fight.
It has to be Ben Wallace
I always thought Anthony Mason looked tough.
Rodman in his prime.
James Johnson tends to be a sleeper in this type of thing. He is a black belt holder in karate and has no losses in MMA/UFC and kickboxing matches.
this is my pick too
Laimbeer... Because he would fight dirty and take someone out with a cheap shot that they wouldn't be expecting.
A couple of old timers for your consideration. The Malones - Karl and Moses.
Mason and Oak on the same team should have been illegal.
I hear Kermit Washington can throw a decent punch. Maybe not so much if the guy is expecting it, but still.
Moses was underrated.
Since you brought up similar last names I'll go with brothers Antonio and Dale Davis too.
Three more - Willis Reed, Dave Cowens, and Paul Silas. Silas took no **** from anybody, even after his playing days.
Don't forget Rick Mahorn. Laimbeer's tag team partner.
Oakley. This is easy.
It's laughable that anyone who played in this century is on that list. The old NBA was a fist fight compared to the last 20 years. Anyone who played in the Knicks/Heat rivalry of the late 90's should qualify. The 80's Celtics and Bad Boys era Pistons probably fit that mold as well. There hasn't been a good fight in the NBA in years, even the "Malice at the Palace" was pretty weak as far as player vs player.
I was wondering why James Johnson was in the picture...now I know.