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Funny video of underdog judo athlete actually winning a competition and then running around to other events
23 Jun 2008
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He's not short, he's a half a step quicker than the other guys.
7 Sep 2012
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September 29, 2001 Madison Square Garden - New York City, New York As small spontaneous parties began to erupt in the early morning hours on the mean streets of North Philly, the collective hearts of an island nation sank in despair, when IBF/WBC middleweight champion Bernard "The Executioner" Hopkins (40-2-1-1NC, 29 KO's) pulled off a major upset and stopped the pride of Puerto Rico, previously undefeated WBA middleweight champ Felix "Tito" Trinidad (40-1, 33 KO's) to unify the crown for the first time in 14 years. The 3 to 1 underdog Hopkins (157) fought a brilliant tactical fight, moving to the left away from powerful Trinidad's (158 1/2) potent left hook, stinging him with a succession of jabs and clean rights and chipping away at the Puerto Rican legend's resolve, before cracking his foundation and jawline with a thunderous right cross for a dramatic 12th round stoppage. "I'm the best middleweight in the world. I just needed an opportunity to prove it," said the elated Hopkins afterwards. "He's a great fighter," said the soft-spoken Trinidad. "I thought the fight was even until the end."
20 Aug 2007
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Watch this classical underdog cartoon
3 Jun 2008
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September 29, 2001 Madison Square Garden - New York City, New York As small spontaneous parties began to erupt in the early morning hours on the mean streets of North Philly, the collective hearts of an island nation sank in despair, when IBF/WBC middleweight champion Bernard "The Executioner" Hopkins (40-2-1-1NC, 29 KO's) pulled off a major upset and stopped the pride of Puerto Rico, previously undefeated WBA middleweight champ Felix "Tito" Trinidad (40-1, 33 KO's) to unify the crown for the first time in 14 years. The 3 to 1 underdog Hopkins (157) fought a brilliant tactical fight, moving to the left away from powerful Trinidad's (158 1/2) potent left hook, stinging him with a succession of jabs and clean rights and chipping away at the Puerto Rican legend's resolve, before cracking his foundation and jawline with a thunderous right cross for a dramatic 12th round stoppage.
1 Jan 2007
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This is the 2004 Ford Weekend Pro 5.0 finals at Virginia Motorsports Park in Petersburg Va. The underdog, the 1967 Performance Unlimited Mustang driven by Rory Kennedy kills Chuck Samuel off of the line and is able to hold him off. The finish was close but it was a great race!
30 Aug 2007
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Walt Disney Pictures/ Teaser Trailer
2 Mar 2007
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Nun, zwölf Jahre später, kehren Tommie (Tom Gerhardt) und Mario (Hilmi Sözer) wieder auf die große Kinoleinwand zurück. Die zwei Underdogs aus Köln-Kalk, sind die dümmsten Polizisten Deutschlands und stehen kurz vor ihrer Entlassung. (Auch die Frage drängt: Wie kommen zwei derartige Loser überhaupt zur Polizei?) Doch da naht ihr bislang größter Fall: Der Geißbock %U201EHennes%U201C, geliebtes Kult-Maskottchen des 1. FC Köln, ist entführt worden! Der Verein, die Spieler und natürlich die Fans sind am Boden zerstört. Ohne den Talisman können die Profis den Pokalsieg vergessen. Tommie und Mario, beide glühende FC-Fans, sehen endlich ihre Chance, sich als echte Superbullen zu beweisen und für alle Zeiten unkündbar zu machen%U2026 Eine hochchaotische Jagd quer durch Deutschland beginnt. Und schon bald glauben die beiden zu wissen, wo sich der Geißbock befindet: Er kann nur in München sein, nirgends anders als beim FC Bayern, dem Gegner im Pokalfinale ... es kommt zum dramatischen Showdown in der Allianz-Arena, wo Tommie und Mario allerdings selbst die größten Böcke schießen%U2026DIE SUPERBULLEN erscheinen im Verleih der Constantin Film. Neben Tom Gerhardt und Hilmi Sözer in den Hauptrollen stehen unter anderem Axel Stein, Thomas Heinze, Götz Otto und Anna Böttcher vor der Kamera. Regie und Kamera übernimmt Gernot Roll; das Drehbuch stammt von Tom Gerhardt und Franz Krause.
3 May 2010
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September 29, 2001 Madison Square Garden - New York City, New York As small spontaneous parties began to erupt in the early morning hours on the mean streets of North Philly, the collective hearts of an island nation sank in despair, when IBF/WBC middleweight champion Bernard "The Executioner" Hopkins (40-2-1-1NC, 29 KO's) pulled off a major upset and stopped the pride of Puerto Rico, previously undefeated WBA middleweight champ Felix "Tito" Trinidad (40-1, 33 KO's) to unify the crown for the first time in 14 years. The 3 to 1 underdog Hopkins (157) fought a brilliant tactical fight, moving to the left away from powerful Trinidad's (158 1/2) potent left hook, stinging him with a succession of jabs and clean rights and chipping away at the Puerto Rican legend's resolve, before cracking his foundation and jawline with a thunderous right cross for a dramatic 12th round stoppage.
1 Jan 2007
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November 4, 2001 Las Vegas, Nevada MGM Grand The southpaw Judah (27-1-1nc, 21 KO's) came out strong in the first round and drilled Tszyu (28-1-1, 23) with a number of solid shots that jolted the WBA/ WBC champion. At the 2:06 mark of the 1st, Judah (139 ½) tagged Tszyu (140) with a stiff right jab to the head. Moments later, Judah, Brooklyn, NY, staggered Tszyu with a whistling left uppercut that caught the former Soviet amateur star just under the chin. Tszyu, Sydney, Australia, via Siberia, staggered straight back and Judah scored again with a clubbing left hand to the head. Tszyu was forced to give ground and careen back against the ropes as Judah connected with a quick combination to the face. Tszyu was forced to hold on and Nady separated the fighters. With 56-seconds remaining in the opening round, Judah, 23, scored again with another quick salvo to the face. Judah continued to fire shots and caught Tszyu leaning back with yet another laser-like left to the head. Judah's hand speed seemingly overwhelmed Tszyu, 32, and Russian native was forced to give ground. Tszyu rallied slightly in the last few seconds of the first round and connected with a right hand to the head but he missed with a left hook to the body. Zab Judah's night ended with the taste of ashes and leather. WBA/WBC king Kostya Tszyu scored a stunning second round TKO over the Judah to win the unified 140-pound world championship at the 2:59 mark. With one-second remaining the round, Tszyu nailed Judah with a clean right hand to the chin. The IBF champ Judah hit the deck flat on his back but popped back on his feet only to stagger sideways and then collapse to the canvas for the second time. Veteran referee Jay Nady waved off the world title bout at count of four despite Judah's vigorous protest. Within moments of the conclusion of the fight, seconds, handlers, and security personnel filled the ring. Nevertheless, despite being held back by his cornermen, Judah managed to force his way back across the ring and stick his left glove under the referee's throat. In the ensuing chaos as officials attempted to clear the ring, Judah threw his stool at the referee. " I got hit with a shot pulling back. I went down, maybe I got up too fast," Judah said after the defeat. "Why did he stop the fight? He didn't even give me a count. This was wrong." "The reason I stopped the fight was because he was almost unconscious when he went down the first time, and his equilibrium was so bad the second time, I was concerned about the second concussion syndrome," Nady explained after the conclusion of the fight. "And I thought if he got hit again he might have some real damage." "I did not hit him with my power punch," the three to one underdog Tszyu said after the victory. "It was good accuracy at exactly the right time."
20 Jan 2007
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September 29, 2001 Madison Square Garden - New York City, New York As small spontaneous parties began to erupt in the early morning hours on the mean streets of North Philly, the collective hearts of an island nation sank in despair, when IBF/WBC middleweight champion Bernard "The Executioner" Hopkins (40-2-1-1NC, 29 KO's) pulled off a major upset and stopped the pride of Puerto Rico, previously undefeated WBA middleweight champ Felix "Tito" Trinidad (40-1, 33 KO's) to unify the crown for the first time in 14 years. The 3 to 1 underdog Hopkins (157) fought a brilliant tactical fight, moving to the left away from powerful Trinidad's (158 1/2) potent left hook, stinging him with a succession of jabs and clean rights and chipping away at the Puerto Rican legend's resolve, before cracking his foundation and jawline with a thunderous right cross for a dramatic 12th round stoppage.
8 Jan 2007
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Hi, I’m Christina McAusland, and you’re watching Newsy****. *******www.newsy**** They’re calling her Britain’s “unlikely sensation” and the voice heard around the world… When 47-year-old unemployed charity worker Susan Boyle took the stage on Britain’s Got Talent, no one expected this: “(Simon) What’s the dream? (Boyle) I’m trying to be a professional singer. (Simon) And why hasn’t it worked out so far Susan? (Boyle) I haven’t been given the chance before.” Singing- “I dreamed a dream of time gone by…” (applause) Boyle’s underdog performance is sparking an emotional tidal wave of response on the Internet: Entertainment Weekly raves, “The unstyled, un-hip, un-kissed Ms. Boyle let me feel, for the duration of one blazing show stopping ballad, the meaning of human grace. She pierced my defenses. She reordered the measure of beauty. And I had no idea until tears sprang how desperately I need that corrective from time to time.” (Entertainment Weekly) A writer on Ekklesia asks, “How many assumptions do we make on a daily basis for no other reason than experience, bigotry and lack of imagination? And how utterly fantastic when those expectations are shattered by talent and wonderment?” (Ekklesia) Even the show’s judges said Susan taught them an important lesson: “I am so thrilled because I know everybody was against you I honestly think we were all being very cynical and I think that’s the biggest wake-up call ever.” -"Britain's Got Talent" judge Amanda Holden Susan Boyle’s story has fast become one of the most emailed and talked about stories on the web. So what have you heard about Susan Boyle’s performance? Do you think there’s a lesson to be learned from all this?
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