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This video is of Bill O'Reilly trying to pick a fist fight with a guy at an Obama rally who dares to stand in a place that doesn't please Billo.
Billo has the nerve to shove the guy, swear at him to the point that the secret service intervenes and then try to spin the incident claiming that he was defending the bill of rights.
Funny thing is that this was his original description of the event:
"Some guy comes over, he's about six foot eight according to the press reports and he stands in front of the Factor camera. So I asked him fairly nicely, "you're blocking our shot, sir, you need to move a little bit. ...so I had to gently remove him from that position. No scuffle, I just moved him from the spot.. I might have called him an SOB, that's possible, nothing more than that."
So many lies.
BTW I've been told is that Fox showed up hours late and shoved their way to the front to an area that had become occupied in their absence.
"Nobody Picks A Fist Fight In New York City" is the first single off "Bedroom Recordings, Vol. 1", the debut EP from Long Island, NY band, We're All Just Passing Through.
Little clip from the movie fist fight i thought was funny.
From the producer and director of “The Grand Ole Opry,” comes Raiders of Old California, a taut action Western film. Unusual in that it shows Mexicans being attacked by white men, the film is a nonstop assault of marauding, looting, and all out battle. Eventually, the leader of the American raiders Angus McKane (Jim Davis), wins out and establishes his own town. McKane is insidious and militaristic, eschewing human rights for his own selfish greed. Eventually a judge and marshal come to town to establish order, and the resulting legal drama, chaos, and Wild West style action breaks out of the floodgates. Raiders of Old California is fistfights, gunfights, and fights on horseback, but it’s also well acted and well produced, making it a rare joy of classic western cinema.
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Thrilling and action packed, Rouge of the Range stars football star turned Hollywood hero Johnny Mack Brown. Brown first entered Hollywood because of his sports fame, impressive athletic physique, and dashing good looks, but he would also become one of the best acting Western heroes of the day. Rouge of the Range finds Mack in his acting prime, affable and audacious as Dan Doran, a clever undercover government agent. Mack surprisingly begins the film by robbing a stagecoach! Once in jail, he buddies up with a local gang member and the two bust out of the joint together. Now that Mack has the respect of the gang, he’s ready to take them down. Rouge of the Range sizzles with muscle, grit, and really fun fistfights.
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I attended the Tim McGraw concert at the White River Amphitheater
and something out of the ordinary happened. In the middle of the song
Indian Outlaw Tim started yelling for security to get a man out of the
crowd. Then he started to pull him up on stage by the strap of his wife
beater tank and out of the crowd himself until the security guards made
to the stage to help. Tim and about 4 other security officers
not-so-gently pulled a not-so-light man out of the crowd and dropped him
on the stage. When the man got up, he seemed ready fight Tim. The
guards had to get in between them and take the man off stage. The man was hanging out outside of the
venue after the concert, so my boyfriend and I went over to talk to him.
He smelled strongly of alcohol, so I am sure this factored in to the
Lawmakers on th House Floor Flat out brawling on the main and in the balcony. Like a bar room fight. Also look at www.usa180.org. There has been the largest crude oil find in North Dakota in U.S History. So why want the prices reflect this. Let's use it!
Angry father beats his son in the school office.
After the infamous kiss with Rakhi Sawant, singer Mika Singh has once again hit headlines for a scandalous brawl.
You can't script this stuff. Sean Stewart and Randy Spelling assault each other with cotton candy and almost get into a fist fight.
Fred Kohler Jr. is a tough, gun toting, muscled cowboy who likes to fight first in The Pecos Kid. Kohlerâs father, Fred Kohler Sr., was also a famous western star, and his son brings the same gravitas and swagger that made his father so acclaimed. The Pecos Kid starts off rough with a young manâs entire family being murdered. Fortunately, he would grow up to be the savage Kohler, whoâs more than capable of exacting revenge. And thatâs exactly what he has in mind. The wealthy old baron responsible for the takeover of his familyâs old home is protected by a large number of henchmen, and Kohler takes them all on in a barrage of well executed fist fights. The Pecos Kid is gritty western filmmaking like itâs supposed to be done.
Two claymen have a fist fight through the phone
Chaquan from the "Chinese Wushu" documentary
Cha Quan or the Cha style of Chuan is popular in north China. According to the chronicle of the Cha-family Chuan, a Tang Dynasty (618-907) crusade went on an expedition to east China. When the army reached Guanxian County in today's Shandong Province, a young general named Hua Zongqi had to remain behind to recover from a serious wound. When he recovered and re-habilitated, thanks to considerate care by local residents, General Hua Zongqi taught the local people his martial art Jiazi Quan (frame Chuan) in appreciation. Because Hua had good Wushu skills and taught his art very earnestly, a great number of people followed him. Since he could not handle them all alone, Hua invited his senior fellow apprentice Cha Yuanyi from his residence to help him. Cha Yuanyi was proficient at martial arts, especially the body posture Chuan. Cha and Hua stayed together and became esteemed Wushu teachers.
Jiazi Quan had fully extended movements and was called Dajia Quan (big frame Chuan). The body posture Chuan is compact and fast and it was called Xiaojia Quan (small frame Chuan). After Cha Yuanyi and Hua Zongqi died, their followers named the two styles of Jiazi Quan after their tutors in their memory. The body posture Chuan passed down by Cha Yuanyi was called the Cha-style Chuan, while the Jiazi Quan taught by Hua Zongqi was named the Hua-style Chuan.
Later on, the Cha-style Chuan and the Hua-style Chuan were known as one style. Those who were good at Cha-style Chuan were also good at Hua-style Chuan. Subsequently, this style of fist fight became known as the Cha-Hua Chuan.
The Hua-style Chuan has four routines. Three of them are long programs with varied tricks and moves, which are considered the cream ofjiazi Quan.
The Cha-style Chuan or body posture Chuan has 10 routines. During the reign of Emperor Qianlong of the Qing Dynasty (1736-1795), the Cha-style Chuan divided into three technical schools at Guanxian County and Rencheng County in Shandong Province. The Zhang-style of the Cha-style Chuan, represented by Zhang Qiwei from Village Zhangyin at Guanxian, is fast, agile and compact. The Yang-style of the Cha-style Chuan, represented by Yang Hongxiu from the southern part of the town of Guanxian, is upright, comfortable and graceful. The Li style of the Cha-style Chuan, represented by Li Enju from Jining, is powerful, contin uous and masculine.
Wushu masters Wang Ziping, Chang Zhenfang and Zhang Wenguang, well-known in China, were all experts in the Cha-style Chuan and they have contributed to the dissemination and development of this school.
The characteristics of the Cha-style Chuan lie in the fact that its movements are graceful, comfortable, clear, continuous and rhythmic. The generation of strengths and forces are abrupt, and the use of energy is economical. This style of Chuan stresses the usage of both hands and feet at the same time in executing the movements. Various tricks and moves are combined and linked to facilitate continuous attacks.
Fanzi from the "Chinese Wushu" documentary
Fanzi Quan or tumbling Chuan is also known as Bashanfan (eight-flash Chuan). It is so called because of its eight major flashing movements, which are executed as fast as lightning and thunderclaps. The movements in tumbling Chuan are varied and continuous.
The Fanzi Quan ballad says: "Wu Mu has passed down the Fanzi Quan which has mystery in its straightforward movements." Wu Mu is the other name for Yue Fei, a famous general of the Southern Song Dynasty. Some people have taken this to mean that Fanzi Quan was created by Yue Fei, but no historical record has verified this.
Earlier mentions of Fanzi Quan appeared in A New Essay on Wushu Arts written by anti-Japanese general Qi Jiguang of the Ming Dynasty. In Volume XTV of Quan Jing (Chuan Text), it says: "Throughout the history of fist fights, there have been the 32-form Chang Quan of Emperor Taizu of the Song Dynasty, Liubu Quan (six-step Chuan), Hou Quan (monkey-imitating Chuan), E'quan Chuan, etc. Though their names are different, the routines are roughly the same. As for today's 72-move Wen-family Chuan, 36-move locking fist fight, 24-move reconnoitre Chuan, eight-flash Chuan and 12-move short style Chuan, they are among the best styles."
exactly tumbling Chuan of today. Bashanfan was the old name used in the Ming Dynasty. From Qi's account, it is evident that Bashanfan was already a comparatively complete and perfect style of fist fight in the Ming Dynasty. Fanzi Quan centers on the Bashanfan (eight-flash moves) while others are merely derivatives of this.
During the Qing Dynasty, Fanzi Quan was popular in north China, especially in Raoyang, Lixian and Gao-yang areas in Hebei Province. During the reigns of Qing emperors Xianfeng and Tongzhi (1851-1874), a recluse called Zhao Canyi lived at Raoyang in Hebei. Zhao was not only proficient at Fanzi Quan but was also well known for his master/ of Chuojiao Quan (feet-poking Chuan). He taught the Chuan arts to Duan and Wang families respectively. The brothers of Duan Zhixu and Duan Zhiyong learned Chuojiao while Wang Laozi and Wang Zhan'ao studied Fanzi Quan. Later on, the two families taught each other and exchanged their knowledge. Fanzi Quan stresses the use of hands, whereas Chuojiao emphasizes the use of feet. Modern Fanzi Quan experts often practise feet-poking skills as well.
Fanzi Quan spread far and wide after it was introduced into Hebei, developing many branch styles. The eagle-claw tumbling Chuan was evolved on the basis of a combination of the eagle-claw moving Chuan, eagle-claw running Chuan and tumbling Chuan. When hitting, the hand is in the form of clenched fist. When retrieving, it is in the form of an eagle claw. Fist jabbing can be as fast as the swing of a whip and as relentless as teeming rain. Another combination is Digong Quan (ground stroke Chuan) and Fanzi Quan tumbling Chuan, called Digong Fanzi Quan (ground stroke tumbling Chuan). It absorbs both the tumbling Chuan tricks of fastness and variation and the ground stroke Chuan moves of falling, pouncing, wrestling and leg locking. Because there are some feet-poking tricks in the ground stroke tumbling Chuan, it is also called by some the feet-poking tumbling Chuan. Other combinations include Shaolin tumbling Chuan, long-style tumbling Chuan, short-style tumbling Chuan, Yanqing-style tumbling Chuan and soft palming tumbling Chuan.
Contemporary Fanzi Quan master Yu Boqian not only inherited the tumbling techniques from his predecessors but also improved it by programming two new routines of wave-poking tumbling Chuan and back-rolling tumbling Chuan.