fisticuffs

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a physical conflict involving two or more

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Maybe by sports and business he means bare-knuckle boxing and Murder, Inc.
Besides Eddie's boys, there are at least four better-organized gangs, not to mention the northern thieves and Harry's henchmen, who include a delightfully intimidating giant of a man (the late Lenny McLean, a bare-knuckle boxing star
It is not until he is accidentally drafted into a bare-knuckle boxing match at an elegant soiree that his moustache truly has a chance to shine.
And so I force-dress her and feel like I've lost a bare-knuckle boxing bout by the time she's actually in the damn thing.
There bare-knuckle boxing champ Paddy Monaghan grieved for the superstar to whom he was so close that they referred to each other as brothers.
THE brutal, shadowy world of bare-knuckle boxing is again thriving in the Midlands - and Madonna's burly former minder is the man spearheading the savage sport.
THE Sunday Mercury investigation has revealed that, when it comes to the law, bare-knuckle boxing is a distinctly grey area.
AFATHER from Abertillery is making his bare-knuckle boxing debut next month and says he wants to make Wales proud and bring the sport into the mainstream.
It was used for political rallies, fun days, bare-knuckle boxing and dog and cock fights.
The former bare-knuckle boxing champion appeared alongside another brother Martin McDonagh, 52, at Flintshire magistrates' court at Mold where they both admitted common assault.
That's the reputation of his girlfriend Belle's dad Zak, former bare-knuckle boxing champion of the Dales.
Bare-knuckle boxing in the Big Easy is the hook to "Brawler," a pugilistic parable about brothers slugging their way through the marginalized, mobbed-up world of extreme fighting in New Orleans.
He was born in 1873 and took over the Locomotive when he was only about 22, the start of a life in the pub trade that would make him a legend, the ultimate "sporting landlord" who masterminded everything from bare-knuckle boxing to horse-racing and ratting contests.