If you haven't seen Bas Rutten in "self defense and how to win a bar fight" I suggest going to youtube asap and watching it. It may be the funniest and most useful thing I've ever seen. He's pure comedy gold. Say's things like "Don't mess with El Guapo" and "He tried to kill me, I need to return the favor." Again, comedy GOLD! But also, very very very useful information that could save you in a forced confrontation. There are about 13 parts to the series, once you watch the first one you can't help but see all of them. There are also some very funny parodies on youtube (he's constantly talking about the "kick in the groin).
My favorite Bas Rutten story is the near-fight between him an Brian Urlacher.
Haven't heard that one. Do tell.
To the guy that didn't find it funny: whats the matter with you?
You can find a bunch of stuff about it online. Bas never shies away from talking about it in interviews and he has actually made two long posts on Sherdog.com explaining the situation. I can't tell it as funny as Bas can but Bas and Urlacher were at a party in Chicago and Bas accidentally stepped on his foot. Urlacher got all up in his face and Bas talked to Urlacher about himself in the third person. They never did fight though. As Bas tells it, another member of the Bears realized who he was and told Urlacher he was about to get his rear end kicked and then Urlacher left the party. A great story when Bas tells it, lame when I do.
Maine has a good swing for a pitcher but on anything that moves, he has no chance. And if it's a fastball, it has to be up in the zone. Basically, the pitcher has to hit his bat. - Mike Pelfrey
That's the beauty of it, it's both impressive and funny. "Bad move, don't touch El Guapo." I like when he's throwing combos " Dong, dong, dong, bing" Thing is though, that advice is SOLID. The way he stands with his hand on chin both protecting himself and ready to fire off a shot... smart. Elbow or fist can fly from there and also a block is possible all while looking concerned but non threatning. Wonderful. His advice on the proper stance is dead on, shoulders square with feet forward to generate max power. If you watched it and payed attention you just increased your chance of winning a steet fight by 50%.