Re: parrert vs griffith death match
I've heard that Goldstein was considered to be a very good ref. I suppose even very good refs can have a very bad night. And this was a horrid night for Goldstein. He was way too slow to step in and stop that fight. It was pretty darn bad. Maybe he had just gotten too old and his reflexes weren't what they once were. But to allow the guy to just lay there in the corner and along the ropes in a semi-conscious state not defending himself at all, and just take clean blow after clean blow in nonstop fashion, well that is inexcusable and unjustifiable.