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Buffy the Bully Slayer


Cheerleader in uniform at pubic social area is attacked by bigger girl, fights back, and wins.

https://www.breitbart.com/sports/2018/09/10/watch-cheerleader-pummels-girl-challenges-fistfight/

Video from handy smartphone embedded in article. Surprise - it went viral.

Scene: "Buffy" is sitting at a table with a fellow uniformed cheerleader. They are in a public area with many teens.

A larger girl approaches and a verbal altercation starts, culminating with the larger girl standing over one of the seated cheerleaders and slapping her.

The smaller cheerleader immediately launches at the larger girl. Buffy immediately starts windmilling her arms very amateurishly, but vigorously at the larger girls head.

The larger girl makes some real effort, but is to slow and unbalanced in comparison to her opponent. She as much falls from loosing balance as from her opponent grabbing at her head and shoulders and pulling her further off balance - and down.

A very brief moment of amateurish version of "grounding and pounding" now commences.

Some guys interrupt their hooting and cheering momentarily and quickly pull them apart at that point.

Arguably a kosher "girlfight," because the smaller "picked on" girl initially was merely defending herself after being attacked. Her continuation of the fight can be chalked up to the high spirits of youth.

Ah, that barely remembered youth!
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She was mad. That girls should not have provoked her!
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Really obese people have poor mobility. That's a disadvantage in a fight against a well motivated opponent. The head slap was motivation.

And then there's this.

The fat girl got what she deserved -- humiliation.

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Maxine Waters shall hear of this!
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Red,

Yes, most fat peeps are prolly much slower than not in fights. Exceptions are of course out there.

I was watching technique and noted that the bully was herself almost fallng over a couple of times before Buffy "rode her to the floor."

Morally, following how I was brought up - its good that some guys seperated them almost immediately when they "grounded."

Following a sense of curiosity, apart from morality, and considering it was "in the moment" and to a great degree voluntary by both - I would have liked to see more of the ground fight.

Would the bully have recovered, motivated by fresh anger and embarrassment by her initial loss?

Would Buffy have "made mincemeat out of" the bully?

No great loss to not know. Still - shades of Ronda Rousey!

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Hi Doc, I've added to my original post.

I fought a big fat guy in grade school. Two guys were bullies and three of us decided to take them on.

We sent two on the non-fat guy (Mark), who had flunked for 3 or 4 years, and me on the fat guy. The fat guy's name was Tommy.

They were surprised to face opposition. My two friend faced little resistance, and my fight probably looked a lot like the white girl.

Ultimately, I became friends with both of them. They could have killed us.

I remember Tommy fighting a pack in High School and he was tossing them around like rag dolls, laughing all the time. I remember his laughing.

At some point, Tommy lost a bunch of weight but kept his strength. He became an Adonis. He broke his neck in a diving accident in Mexico in his late teens or early 20's.

Mark went on to become a war hero. He wasn't the brightest guy, but he was a killer when his life depended on it. He described it to me as "kicking them in the nuts and shooting them in the head".

Such is life.





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Red,

I enjoyed reading about your early "bully encounter" experience went, and that you were able to follow the lives of both early-years bullies.

That you guys followed the "we fight, we then get along" path that is one of the standard paths for guys. One that gets any discussion on the occasional conservo YouTube vid. And pretty much only there.

So is the "happy warrior" life path of the one guy. That phrase is part of our political verbal menu for political pundits. Thats how standard that menu choice is as one of our "standard behaviors" - it's on an actual damn menu!

We often discuss politics here in "Flash," and US politics has for generations used "happy warrior" to describe a politician who appears to enjoy a combative verbal give-and-take. And instead of getting worn down - to enjoy a long "campaign."

It comes from Britains' and Europes' cultural appreciation back in its "warrior dominated past" of that kind of guy you describe.

One who happily fights real, actual, physical fights.

Your example of the laughing "natural fighter" who enjoys defeating a small mob in a melee fight having been an early bully - that also fits one standard path for early bullies.

That slice of your life was interesting. Thanks for sharing it.
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