Dec 4, 2003
Phoenix - Buffalo3-2 

Summary Of Events
1  7:41  Fight  Nazarov-Peters
2  15:28  Fight  Spiller-Mair

Fight at 7:41
HeightWeightPunchesBlood
Duration 0:12ThrownLanded   Big   
 Andrei Nazarov 6'5'' 1230lb 1017120None
 Andrew Peters 6'4'' 1240lb 10000
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 EC
4855 fight reviews
1 fight log

Aug 24, 2009 22:52 ET
Andrei Nazarov decisive win
Fight called Unfair by WanderingEye on Mar 24, 2005
Reason: Andrew Peters never intended to fight back
 Fun 
4
Andrew Peters and Andrei Nazarov get tangled up. They grab onto each other and Nazarov drops the gloves. Peters hangs onto his gloves and stick and just hangs onto Nazarov. Nazarov throws 4 lefts to the back of Peters' helmet. He then proceeds to land 7 left noogies in a row to the head of Peters before the linesmen move in to stop it.

Decisive win for Nazarov. Even though his punches were far from damaging, he would have continued to punch Peters if the linesmen had stayed out. Peters needed to be rescued by the linesmen making this a decisive win for Nazarov.
 clackson3
589 fight reviews

May 3, 2009 20:47 ET
Andrei Nazarov clear win
Fight called Unfair by WanderingEye on Mar 24, 2005
Reason: Andrew Peters never intended to fight back
 Fun 
4
Peters didn't drop his gloves. Both were in close against the boards, Nazarov threw several punches to the back of Peters head and then ripped his helmet off. He continued to throw several more to the back of Peters head and then the linesmen stepped in. Draw I guess, Peters didn't get a penalty. Nazarov got 2 for instigating, 5 for fighting and a 10 minute misconduct.

Nazarov gets the win in an unfair fight that Peters had no interest in.
 SarcasticPillow
20766 fight reviews
151 fight logs

Jan 23, 2013 10:48 ET
Andrei Nazarov decisive win
Fight called Unfair by WanderingEye on Mar 24, 2005
Reason: Andrew Peters never intended to fight back
 Fun 
3
Andrei Nazarov and Andrew Peters come together along the boards and wrap their arms around each other. Nazarov drops the gloves but Peters doesn't and Nazarov throws seven lefts, landing five to the back of Peters' helmet. Nazarov pauses and pushes Peters' helmet up but not totally off. Nazarov then lands seven lefts to the back of Peters' head before the linesmen come in and restrain Nazarov. Nazarov steps back but then misses three lefts around the linesman at Peters. Peters and Nazarov then chirp at each other around the linesman and Nazarov is escorted off. Unfair fight because Peters didn't drop the gloves and fight back. Nazarov landed a bunch of lefts on Peters but nothing landed well.
WanderingEye
1761 fight reviews
4 fight logs

Mar 24, 2005 15:24 ET
Andrei Nazarov narrow win
Fight called Unfair by WanderingEye on Mar 24, 2005
Reason: Andrew Peters never intended to fight back
 Fun 
2
Nazarov threw a bunch of really weak lefts to the back of the head. Peters didn't drop his gloves, he just held on. The linesmen come in, and Nazarov throws a few more lefts between them. Naz received a boatload of penalties, including a game misconduct.
CrazyPsycho
1120 fight reviews

Oct 26, 2005 03:48 ET
Andrei Nazarov narrow win
Fight called Unfair by WanderingEye on Mar 24, 2005
Reason: Andrew Peters never intended to fight back
 Fun 
2
If rabbit punches to the helmet were an Olympic event, Nazarov wins the gold! Pretty funny.
re
9280 fight reviews

Jan 14, 2007 17:12 ET
Andrei Nazarov decisive win
Fight called Unfair by WanderingEye on Mar 24, 2005
Reason: Andrew Peters never intended to fight back
 Fun 
5
Naz drops his gloves but Peters keeps the gloves and stick in his hand and pushes Naz against the glass. Naz lands a bunch of rapide punches and then takes off Peters helmet and lands some more. Then the linesmen come in and Naz tries to throw some more.
ethanducksfan
448 fight reviews

Jan 27, 2007 23:38 ET
Andrei Nazarov narrow win
Fight called Unfair by WanderingEye on Mar 24, 2005
Reason: Andrew Peters never intended to fight back
 Fun 
2
yeh i agree with crazy psycho lol
lilburtis9363
1034 fight reviews

Feb 19, 2007 16:21 ET
Andrei Nazarov narrow win
Fight called Unfair by WanderingEye on Mar 24, 2005
Reason: Andrew Peters never intended to fight back
 Fun 
2
peters doesnt want to go, nazorov throws a bunch of weak lefts at peters helmet, i dont think he landed a single punch somehow, when peters wasn't even fighting back, but he gets a narrow win because he was throwing punches
hordi24
402 fight reviews

Apr 13, 2007 07:38 ET
Andrei Nazarov clear win
Fight called Unfair by WanderingEye on Mar 24, 2005
Reason: Andrew Peters never intended to fight back
 Fun 
2
Peters decides not to drop the gloves while Nazarov continued to throw punches at Peters while the linesmen tried to seperate the two.
mullet
19912 fight reviews

Jun 4, 2009 12:19 ET
Andrei Nazarov narrow win
Fight called Unfair by WanderingEye on Mar 24, 2005
Reason: Andrew Peters never intended to fight back
 Fun 
2
Nazarov lands some awfully weak pillow punches to the back of Peters' helmet, Peters never tried to fight back for some reason.
supersonic
7048 fight reviews

Sep 13 03:49 ET
Andrei Nazarov narrow win
Fight called Unfair by WanderingEye on Mar 24, 2005
Reason: Andrew Peters never intended to fight back
 Fun 
2
TheDanLine
11159 fight reviews

Sep 14 01:30 ET
Andrei Nazarov narrow win
Fight called Unfair by WanderingEye on Mar 24, 2005
Reason: Andrew Peters never intended to fight back
 Fun 
2
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Sep 13 01:33 ET
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Fight at 15:28
HeightWeightPunchesBlood
Duration 0:14ThrownLanded   Big   
 Matthew Spiller 6'5'' 4235lb 27420None
 Adam Mair 6'1'' 4208lb 27510
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 WanderingEye
1761 fight reviews
4 fight logs

Mar 24, 2005 15:20 ET
Draw Fun 
4
Short fight, they both missed wild punches and had bad balance. Mair threw more, but didn't really land anything. Spiller falls to his knees and drags Mair down by the arm, flipping him over. Cool takedown, the only thing of note in this one.
 CrazyPsycho
1120 fight reviews

Sep 2, 2007 18:28 ET
Draw Fun 
5
Mair tends to have the wackiest stuff happen in his fights. Camera cuts to them, and they are both flat on their stomachs. Spiller comes up throwing, and Mair responds with a couple misses. A couple more misses and Spiller drops to a knee and loses his helmet. Mair throws a couple, and Spiller pulls Mair down and manages to do a complete flip on the way down. Crazy.
re
9280 fight reviews

Jul 19, 2006 15:31 ET
Draw Fun 
5
mullet
19912 fight reviews

Jul 17, 2010 03:37 ET
Draw Fun 
4
Both throw some punches but looks like almost all of them miss. In the replay you can see Spiller threw the first punch and Mair fell, but looked like it was more of a balance issue. Draw.

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