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Who would win in a fight?

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The Business
Oct 25, 2003
In a world of my own.
First he angered Matt Harrold by impyling he was ****, then he incurred the wrath of the whole primate world by implying Franky "The Gorilla" Banks didnt deserve a second testimonial - But now he has really gone and done it....

Ldn Fatso's (aka Steve the Slagger) one man mission to annoy the entire staff at Roots Hall contiued this week with Marky "G-Man" Gower the latest to feel the force of Steve's tongue.

As has been documented on another thread the legend that is the G-Man told Steve to f off on Saturday. At the time Steve told everyone sitting around him that he was going to wait for Gower after the game and have a word with him.

I asked Ldn Fatso if he thought he could do Mark Gower if it come down to a one on one fight. Ldn Fatso said of course.

So I open this debate up to a wider audience - Who would you back in a straightner?

Gower is a professional athlete who is at the peak of his physical and mental fitness. He has an engine to run the best part of ninty minutes and his body is a temple. He has been a proffesional sportsman now for the best part of 12 years and is now for his speed and low centre of gravity.

Steve works in a office and drinks a pint very slowly.

The choice is yours.