Oct 10, 1990
Quebec - Toronto8-5

Summary Of Events
1  17:06  Fight  Finn-Clark
2  23:23  Fight  Kimble-Kordic

Fight at 17:06
HeightWeightPunchesBlood
Duration N/AThrownLanded   Big   
 Steven Finn 6'1'' 2198lb  N/AN/AN/AN/A
 Wendel Clark 5'11'' 2198lb  N/AN/AN/A
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mullet
19515 fight reviews

Nov 24, 2007 16:21 ET
Wendel Clark win by TKO Fun 
4
They drop the gloves, Clark with a right that lands and Finn goes down.
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mullet
Aug 16, 2007 11:08 ET
Finn (double minor)
Clark (triple minor)
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 Fight at 23:23
HeightWeightPunchesBlood
Duration 0:35ThrownLanded   Big   
 Darin Kimble 6'2'' 1205lb 151780None
 John Kordic 6'1'' 1220lb 151040
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 SlapShot
207 fight reviews

May 20, 2006 12:22 ET
Draw Fun 
7
Having just viewed this fight I can understand why the scoring on it is all over the board. One of the harder fights I've ever tried to judge. Kordic and Kimble start out by sizing each other up for what seemed like a good 10 seconds. Kordic then makes initial contact but comes in with his head down and Kimble catches him with about 4-5 good rights before he returns fire with the left. He then manhandles Kimble down but Kimble regains himself and gets in a few more before Kordic lands a clean left that causes the zebras to come in and separate them. It's very hard to tell if they were saving Kimble or if it was just a good time for them to step in. Kimble undoubtedly landed more shots but Kordic's seemed to cause more damage. I typically use two criteria for judging the winner of a fight, one being who lands more and/or better punches, and who was clearly in control when the fight was broken up. Usually the two go hand in hand, but in this case Kimble gets in more shots, but Kordic was controlling it at the time it ended. Much like the Probert-McSorley fight this is one that I really wish the linesmen had stayed out of for another 15-20 seconds because I think there was a lot more to come.
 mullet
19515 fight reviews

Feb 12, 2008 11:22 ET
John Kordic narrow win Fun 
9
Great fight. Kimble is doing very well in the first half, landing a lot more than Kordic. But Kordic comes back and in the end he lands a big left hand that staggers Kimble and almost puts him down and linesmen jump in. Kimble would have been knocked down on his back if he hasn't been standing against the boards, he didn't go down so I can't call it a TKO, but Kordic gets the win for that stunning shot in the end.
 srehm1
357 fight reviews

Mar 11, 2008 21:57 ET
Darin Kimble narrow win Fun 
8
Darin Kimble and John Kordic, two of the best toe-to-toers in the game, prepare for war. Both square off for a long time as Kordic hesitates to come to grips. When they both lock up, Kimble gets off 4-5 rapid fire rights. A few of these shots land and Kordic's helmet gets knocked off. Kordic responds as both get into a toe-to-toe exchange. Kordic's lefts are not as clean as Kimble's rights and Kimble seems to be in control. Kordic pushes kimble up against the boards and Kimble fires off 2 quick rights. Kordic counters with 2 rapid lefts. Kordic tries to wrestle Kimble over so he can pull his left free. Kimble pokes in a little uppercut and Kordic responds with 3 solid lefts. Both fighters take a breather and wrestle for a moment. Kimble again tries to go with right hands and throws about 3 as Kordic fires lefts. Kordic catches Kimble with the last left and it stuns Kimble, buckling him. The linesmen get in and Kordic pumps his fist to the crowd.

Kimble certainly was in control of this fight through the early and middle stages. He won the opening by getting the jump on Kordic a landing quick rights. He then landed the better shots as both went toe-to-toe. Kordic began his comeback after he threw Kimble against the boards. Even then Kimble still remained in control. It wasn't until the final exchange that Kordic landed a solid shot that buckled Kimble. Kimble was not dropped. Kordic's last punch did put him back in the fight. Had Kimble dropped it would have been a TKO. He stayed on his feet so Kordic instead just lands a good punch. I have to give Kimble a slight edge.
 BattleshipRules
12411 fight reviews

Jul 13, 2013 16:42 ET
Darin Kimble narrow win Fun 
7
Kimble and Kordic had a good fight with several significant punches landed. Darin got off to a good start in the bout. He missed a punch and landed four solid rights. He landed an average blow. John missed a right, landed two decent blows, missed a punch, and landed an average left.

Darin landed two average rights and missed a couple of punches. Rambo missed a couple of blows and landed a solid connect. Kimble landed an average blow, missed a punch, and landed a solid connect. Kordic landed a pretty good left hook and the best punch of the fight.

I rate this as a narrow win for Kimble. Darin landed a few more punches in the bout. He was the more accurate puncher and landed a number of solid blows. Kordic came on some at the end and finished with a pretty good blow. In my mind, it was not quite enough to salvage a draw and make up for the early barrage of effective punching from Kimble earlier in the bout.
EddieShore
912 fight reviews

Feb 18, 2006 17:19 ET
Darin Kimble narrow win Fun 
6
They danced around each other for the first 15 sec. of the fight, not throwing any punches. Kordic then went for the lefts and Kimble for the rights. Kimble was the more accurate and active puncher in this one.
Cementhead
147 fight reviews

Nov 28, 2006 21:35 ET
Draw Fun 
8
Good t2t scrap.I dont see how Kordic got the win,even if he raised his hand in victory.
mm1160
25 fight reviews

Feb 15, 2008 16:10 ET
Draw Fun 
7
Habsfan...to his knees, come on now. That last punch by Kordic made it close, that's all
michiann
3658 fight reviews

May 25, 2009 18:10 ET
Darin Kimble clear win Fun 
N/A
It looked like a clear win to me as Kimble threw 13 long-traveled punches + 2 jabs that connected and kordic only connected on 4 punches. Count up the totals of connected punches for yourselves and tell me what you other reviewers calculate.
FrAn6
3443 fight reviews

Jul 4, 2009 12:09 ET
Darin Kimble narrow win Fun 
7
itsJ.Millertime
10046 fight reviews

Jul 4, 2016 02:02 ET
Darin Kimble narrow win Fun 
8
Very good fight, Kordic lands some but Kimbles rights are too much for him here as Kimble lands more to get the win.
supersonic
4158 fight reviews

Mar 20 09:24 ET
Draw Fun 
7
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blitz36
Oct 10, 2007 16:41 ET


The scrap
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JimMcKenzie
Nov 18, 2015 17:53 ET
Better quality:

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