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KFAN Animal fighting bracket

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Anyone see this? 16 animals fighting to the death (hypothetically of course) in a tournament.

The rules:

1 Animals fight in an enclosed arena. No escaping

2 The area is the size of a football field

3 the surface is natural grass

4 there is no time limit

5 first animal to die loses, regardless of damage done to the winner.

The animals:

Gorilla

Chimp

Anaconda

Croc

Rhino

Water Buffalo

Polar Bear

Elephant Seal

African Elephant

Mountain Lion

Hippo

Gator

Tiger

Grizzley

Lion

Wolverine

Look it up under the power trip show. Be sure to read the rules and animal weights before filling out your bracket. I have Elephant all the way edging out the croc. in the title match. It's kind of fun to debate the results.

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HA - I heard them talking about it a couple days ago. Sludge was really talking up the Gorilla. I think he had King Kong on the brain though.

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i would say the rhino or hippo would win... they have the best combination of speed, size, and strength out of all those animals... you cant JUST be big or just be strong, etc you have to have to right combo of all 3 traits.

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no way in h e double hockeysticks a croc could take down a hippo OR rhino. no way.

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You have to follow the bracket online. The croc could get to the finals without facing a rhino or hippo. Elephants are mean, smart and hudge. Elephant all the way baby. It would just stand up on its back legs and crush a rhino. Plus it's tusks are longer then the weak little baby rhino horn. grin

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Sounds like Thanksgiving with the wife's family.

I know what that's like. till the death too!!!

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Sounds like Thanksgiving with the wife's family.

LOL

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If it were a fair fight the wolverine would win hands down.

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Slow night at work here, so my 2 cents

Croc & Gator at a disadvantage since no water. I haven't seen the official brackets, so if i took the first 8 vs the last 8, I'd have it down to a polar bear vs the elephant. I think I'd take the polar bear over the elephant though, assuming each animal automatically reverts back to 100% health at the end of each match crazy

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The elephant would kick butt. One kick or worse yet a jab from those tusks? All over.

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After further review, all are winners according to your new left-leaning administration and sports parents (which pretty much would include wives as discussed above but wouldn't exclude kids with two moms or two dads or errant combinations therewith that would otherwise find exclusion due to green- and/or left-thinking to which in some parts of our nation would require severe taunting or kicking of the part reserved as being the back end of a donkey or some such creature etc.).

Having said that, each animal and their family will get the highly coveted and/or desired participation ribbon and/or certificate or trophy significant of their spirt and competition.

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And none of them would be really be hurt because they were all wearing bike helmets, knee pads, wrist guards, and proper safety eyewear. Oh yeah, the males would also be wearing a cup.

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LOL love the post about everyone being a winner. Is it an empty stadium? Hope so, cause you would hate to see the parents get involved and then there is a separate unsanctioned fight

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Sounds like Thanksgiving with the wife's family.

HAHA hope she doesn't read that. I'd go with the Rhino

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Chuck Norris would clean house in that situation.

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