Originally Posted by teeto
Okay i just watched the first fight, what a great war that was. Galaxy looked a decent ring general in there but his opponent was looking a bit of a force of nature, especially early on. Then Galaxy suprised me by showing not just a more than competent skillset, but plenty of grit and determination, pushing Moon back must have been some task. Moon just kept hitting back and unleashing two fisted combos though. It reminded me a bit of (and not to make comparisons) when In Jin Chi just kept coming into Michael Brodie's range and you started to fear for the mancunian (never thought i'd say that! hahaha), but Galaxy give a much better account fo himself than what occurred that evening. Both men showed a good set of whiskers here as well, shipping heavy artillery from one another without really flinching in honesty.
Were either known as big hitters?
I'd say Khaokor was solid.
Sung-Kil Moon has been desrcibed by (I think it was WhatARock) as a Bantam with 'the power of Jackson but the delivery of Mugabi'. Sorry if I mistquoted whoever that was