Felger: 'I would take anyone in the NHL over KG in a fight'

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Felger: 'I would take anyone in the NHL over KG in a fight'

Who would win in a fight, Kevin Garnett or Zdeno Chara?

Felger, Mazz, and Marc Bertrand discuss the topic after a Twitter remark sparks the debate.  Felger made it clear that Chara isn't the only NHL player he would take over Garnett in a fight.

"I would take, almost literally, anyone in the NHL over Kevin Garnett.  For one simple reason.  When was the last time Kevin Garnett got hit in the face?" argued Michael Felger. "Anyone who fights for a living, or is used to getting hit, is going to take down the guy who has never been hit.  It's just a truism, I don't care how big you are."

Felger brings up a conversation he had with Shawn Thornton about who he wouldn't want to fight in the NHL.  Even he doesn't want to fight Chara.

"No one wants to go against 6'7" 270," continued Felger. "No one wants to fight Zdeno Chara in the National Hockey League, never mind the NBA with their slapping fights."

Rob Gronkowski appears to thoroughly enjoy himself at Daytona 500

Rob Gronkowski appears to thoroughly enjoy himself at Daytona 500

New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski attended the Dayton 500 in true Gronkowski form.

He appeared to be there promoting Monster Energy drink, and was therefore hanging with the Monster Girls, who were also promoting the drink. Gronkowski's herniated disc injury, which required surgery in December 2016, does not seem to be slowing him down as he gets warmed up for the Summer of Gronk.

During the race coverage on FOX Sports, Gronk delivered a speed limit joke, which is sure to make the 13-year-old in you chuckle. (You can watch it here.)

[H/T NESN.com]

WATCH: Bruins' Backes battles with Benn right after opening faceoff

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WATCH: Bruins' Backes battles with Benn right after opening faceoff

Now THIS is old-time hockey!

There's bad blood between the Bruins' David Backes and the Stars' Jamie Benn that goes back a long way, most recently in last spring's Dallas-St. Louis playoff series when Backes was still with the Blues. They met again today -- and the ungodly (hockey) hour of 11:30 a.m. Dallas time -- for a nationally televised game between Backes' new team, the Bruins, and the Stars.

And it didn't take long for the two to renew acquaintances . . .