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List Of Sakigake!! Otokojuku Characters - Anime Film Original Characters
... He fights and is defeated by Momotaro in the final death match ... He trained in England and uses fencing and billiards in his fights ... He fights J to a double KO in the first death match ...
Mark Nebus - Playing Career - Fights
... Nebus has logged a total of 43 fights in his professional hockey career ... In the 2007–08 season, Nebus logged 5 fights for the Port Huron Icehawks, including fights with Flint's Martin Ondrej, and Nick Tuzzolino, Bloomington's Don Margettie, Brett Holmerg, and Sam Miller ... Nebus also logged 5 fights for the Kalamazoo Wings in the 2007-08 season, including Fort Wayne's Oliver Legault twice, Port Huron's Jeff Zehr, and Muskegon's Jason ...
Todd Duffee - Mixed Martial Arts - Early Career
... After learning more about MMA, he immediately went out and rented old UFC fights and three days later, Duffee was training at a local MMA gym ... Duffee won his first three fights against Mike Walbright, Mark Haniger and Josh Bennett ... Duffee then agreed to fight UFC and PRIDE FC veteran, Assuerio Silva in the main event of Jungle Fights 11 ...
Cuthbert Taylor - Boxing Career
... of the flyweight class after losing his fight to the upcoming silver medallist Armand Apell ... By May 1929 Taylor was invited to fight at the National Sporting Club in London, losing by points in a 15 round match against Bert Kirby ... In all his fights he was knocked out only once, by Tommy Hyams at Selhurst Park in 1932 ...
Shawn Antoski - Fights
... One of Antoski's most famous fights was on January 5, 1992, when he took on Steve Martinson during a Milwaukee Admirals-San Diego Gulls game ... penalty box and proceeded to pummel him until referees could break up the fight ...

Famous quotes containing the word fights:

    And do you count for nothing God who fights for us?
    Jean Racine (1639–1699)

    I am one who fights without a knack of hoping confidently ... simply a Scotch-Irishman who will not be conquered.
    Woodrow Wilson (1856–1924)

    A man is but an ass
    Who fights in a cuirass,
    Sir William Schwenck Gilbert (1836–1911)