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Anybody see the size of Jason England? He gets my vote
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None. Why be afraid? You might lose but still no reason to be afraid.
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Criss Angel lol
You would have to battle his crew/stooges/bought participants!

And,why is this posted in 'Latest and Greatest'?

And,why did I post on it ???
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On 2013-08-15 18:33, S-Branham wrote:
Zuke, I think some people could say the same thing about Justin Miller.


lol...bring it!
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Can you imagine fighting Apollo Robins... after 1 swing he'll have your watch, wallet & cell phone and stop you in the middle of it all to say "now the coin is on your shoulder"....


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I saw a clip of Chris Angel doing some tricks for Georges St Pierre, the great UFC welterweight champion. After doing tricks, they went and took turns seeing who could punch the metered punching bag harder. Surprise, Chris Angel outpunched GSP. GSP laughed and said he'd just take Angel down and ground and pound him. I think I could do the same.
Ali in his prime although I don't think he got into magic till later in life.
Penn looks like a bad dude- wouldn't want to mess with him. I'd take Teller though.
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I could hit a metered bag 300 lbs when I was 16, and I only weighed 165.
My stepfather could only hit 190 lbs, and he is 6' 2" and 260 lb, and a trained cop; at the time.

I asked why I could hit it harder. He said, "It is all technique".

So I wouldn't take the GSP thing too seriously.
The wind-up for a punch like that is useless in a real fight, unless you are a boxer throwing them regularly. (MMA does not hit like that.)
(But it is good for winning 6' tall stuffed animals at Six Flags. Smile )

To which... I have no answer to the proposed question. Myself? (I can be pretty hard on myself, lol).

At the final Tomsoni and Company show at ML, Penn said, "This is the best magic act in the world. NO. It is the BEST ACT in the world. And if you don't like it I will kick all of your a**es."

No one laughed or said anything. (It's Tomsoni & Co.)
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Wait... Ali did magic?

Or was it just his twinkle toes? Smile
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On 2013-08-16 02:40, lokikross wrote:
Wait... Ali did magic?

Or was it just his twinkle toes? Smile


Muhammed Ali did in fact do magic. It was a great love of his. Friends who worked at Tannen's in those days remember how Ali would come with his entourage and talk and watch and occasionally do magic. From what I hear, he was a pretty good student. I would have to do some searching but I remember discovering an article on Ali and his love for magic.
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Ali did PN for me at his old training camp in Reading, PA.
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On 2013-08-15 20:11, gaffed wrote:
Sorry, but I just have to ask; this has to do with the Latest and Greatest just how?
Perhaps this should be moved to: Not very magical, still...

Other than that, at my age, I seriously doubt that I would more than likely trip over the ropes while attempting to get into the ring. That, and aside from the fact, that I've admittedly become a total fighting woosss after 1966 & '67. Smile


I think you hit the wrong button this is not very magical still.
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I would be very afraid of Michael Ammar because he might "cast a shadow over the ring, like so." Also, in his competitive fury he might forget to allow me to inspect his gloves to be absolutely sure that he has no trap doors or mirrors in them.
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I'd say Roy from Sigfried and Roy. As flaming as he might be and as small as be may appear I figure anyone that could survive a Tiger attack and still work with them as the stern master is probably someone you don't want to mess with.
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Don't think I could stand to fight a magician - his/her patter would be way too irritating.

After every punch thrown my direction I would hear, "Is that fair? Is that fair? Is that..." Arrrgh!
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On 2013-08-16 01:50, jcrabtree2007 wrote:
I saw a clip of Chris Angel doing some tricks for Georges St Pierre, the great UFC welterweight champion. After doing tricks, they went and took turns seeing who could punch the metered punching bag harder. Surprise, Chris Angel outpunched GSP. GSP laughed and said he'd just take Angel down and ground and pound him. I think I could do the same.
Ali in his prime although I don't think he got into magic till later in life.
Penn looks like a bad dude- wouldn't want to mess with him. I'd take Teller though.


Had to be another camera trick...
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Camera trick ? Chris angel ? Nah.
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