Discussion in 'History Zone' started by Mallard, Jul 23, 2009.
I don't know but it would be on hell of a battle
I think Allen would win more of the battles but I don't believe he would dominate Randy.
The Dallas Cowboys.
:laugh2: good answer
I'm going with Allen. There's never been a stronger lineman, and he's gone against and shut down the best of the best.
As strong as Randy was, he can't match Allen in that department. Larry Allen is probably the strongest play in NFL history. Randy, however, did possess a great combination of strength and quickness. His quickness would've probably given LA some problems. But, as far as straight up power and strength, no one could ever match LA.
In a fight?
On the football field...Wow! Allen was great, but there wasn't any quit in Randy White. I'm not sure what would happen.
In a fight? I don't know about that. Larry was quoted as saying "I like punching people in games until they're in submission." He also knows how to throw people down. I give the edge to Larry.
Quickness? Allen was the best LT in the game for many years. Randy couldn't get around him.
Trust me, the Manster would win in a fight. In his prime he could probably have beaten any player in the NFL, then or now.
Just ask Hollywood Henderson!
Larry Allen would crush Randy White in a fight....
I don't think so.
Manster was an animal. He also has some skill as a fighter. He cleaned Joe Klecko's clock in a celebrity boxing match.
He wouldn't be afraid of Allen at all.
Wasn't Randy also a martial artist.
I love Nate, but I must say he was fortunate that the Manster was at the end of his career when this scrap took place. In both their primes Randy would have gone through Nate like wet toilet paper. No doubt about it.
Randy was always double teamed so going one on one with LA may equal the double team. The Manster was very tough & quick in his era but LA was just plain stronger. Tough to say but the edge is definitely with LA.
Awesome story by the way..
Larry Allen was a guard NOT a left tackle. Played a little right tackle early in his career and got owned by Reggie White on thanksgiving day. He was one of the top handful of GUARDS ever to play in the NFL though,...until he got old.
Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha....Thats what Charles Haley thought too. Until a man 20 years older,RANDY WHITE , knocked his arse cold outside of whites supper club. Randy white was Big, Mean, fast, had a heart like a Lion, AND was a martial artist. As I remember Randy signed up for the tuff man competition, against other NFL former players. If I remember right he won every fight the same way........by a knockout. Larry Allen was a true beast, but Randy woulda knocked him out...........COLD....LOL
what a great story. There's gotta be stories about young DL's manhandling Nate towards the end of his carreer. Maybe Ellis did.