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Have you ever cheered during a fight?

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    You know the ones at school where two idiots start a fight and crowds surround them (mainly consisting of even bigger idiots) cheering them on and provoking them even more. Along the lines of "gwaan mayte get'em mayte, go go go!"
    Are they not as bad as the people in the fight?
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    No, I'm not ashamed to say I cheered on Rocky though.
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    Nope. I'm more of a "OHH"/"AHH" guy.
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    No. I have no desire yo see people fight. It's not interesting. A good MMA fight is one thing but people gathering round some kids shoving each other about is beyond me.
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    Used to chase fights all over..a bit of excitement. Took advantage in year 10 and 11, just used the diversion for short queues in the dining hall.
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    I've been cheered on once, the once I actually got into a fight.

    But when I see a crowd forming in a circle like that, its either one of two things:

    1) Someone's injured.

    2) X-Number of people are in a fight.

    Neither of which are something that I want to spectate, let alone cheer on or muse over.

    I know what you mean, though, its quite like apes cheering on leadership conflicts, much the same thing.
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    No I hate violence.
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    I read this as flight and imagined a crazed airline passenger chanting 'easyjet, easyjet!' as the plane lands in gibralta...
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    (Original post by angrydanmarin)
    I read this as flight and imagined a crazed airline passenger chanting 'easyjet, easyjet!' as the plane lands in gibralta...
    I read the same thing :teehee:
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    Not if its my mate ill try and break it up
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    Hell why not, the fights happening anyway may as well enjoy it ... maybe take a few bets ya know pretty standard
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    most people dont know how to fight.
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    I go to boxing events but no, not at school as there were no fights that I can recall witnessing. In terms of a street fight, people are not often aware of the damage a bare fist can cause, the entire point of the boxing glove was to spread the force of the punch.
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    (Original post by No Man)
    I read the same thing :teehee:
    Great minds bro, great minds.
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    (Original post by resentment.)
    most people dont know how to fight.
    This exactly. Swing-a-ling.

    (Original post by M1F2R3)
    I go to boxing events but no, not at school as there were no fights that I can recall witnessing. In terms of a street fight, people are not often aware of the damage a bare fist can cause, the entire point of the boxing glove was to spread the force of the punch.
    Hmmm.... I wonder what causes more damage. One single punch to the face, consequently ending the fight instantaneously OR repeated smacks to the face over the duration of 10 rounds?
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    (Original post by jamboogy)
    This exactly. Swing-a-ling.



    Hmmm.... I wonder what causes more damage. One single punch to the face, consequently ending the fight instantaneously OR repeated smacks to the face over the duration of 10 rounds?
    lots of swinging, yes, but also people dont know how to take a punch.

    one single punch has the potential to cause more harm if if were to hit the neck, eye socket or back of the head. if you did the same with a pair of gloves you are more likely to knock someone out than cause long term injury.
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    There was once a fight in a local club smoking area between 3 people I knew from school, 2 guys and a girl.
    In the altercation some beer got spilt on me so I decided to join in with the chant "You're not fighting any more!" when the bouncers broke it up.

    I wouldn't chant during a fight though, I might break it up if it was just some booze fuelled altercation, but genuine fisticuffs between 2 blokes for a proper reason? Let em get on with it.
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    I just stand and watch usually, no cheering needed.
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    FIGHT FIGHT FIGHT FIGHT FIGHT

    I just want any reason to start laying people out without much consequence i hope
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    (Original post by Pawsies)
    No I hate violence.
    Me too. Let us make love to each other.

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