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  1. Turrry is offline

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    3/29/2011 11:40am


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    Hell yeah! Hell no!

    Another bully, this time older, gets what's coming to him.

    There are a few comments that are claiming it is fake and honestly I can't tell. I know as someone who was always the "bigger/taller" kid the type of talk and aggression seen by the smaller one is either real or decently acted. The tension is apparent.

    I also don't know that one could fake getting one's head bounced off the floor while flailing his legs like a Vietnamese prostitute..

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    There is something about the way he is throwing his punches and that the guy on the ground head doesn't move with the impact.

    It looks acted to me, but I could definitely be wrong.
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    Not sure about that one.
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    Hmmm... that could go either way, but I'd be inclined to think it was real.

    Who would scream girl voice like the kid in mount did at the end, if it was fake? :D
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    Quote Originally Posted by It is Fake View Post
    There is something about the way he is throwing his punches and that the guy on the ground head doesn't move with the impact.

    It looks acted to me, but I could definitely be wrong.
    I almost thought it looked like an acted out GnP rather than a real one BUT it was the parts of the bully's body other than his head that looked like he was in real torment.
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    That is the weirdest Gnp I have ever seen and that includes street fights. He is throwing punches with his waist while not following through. The guy looked like he was turning when the first punch was thrown. His body movement is what actually make me think differently. He kicks his legs like he is riding a bicycle while not even attempting to buck the guy off.

    It looks weird and fake to me.

    Oh and this doesn't look like bullying at all. It looks like typical locker-room BS.
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    Quote Originally Posted by It is Fake View Post
    That is the weirdest Gnp I have ever seen and that includes street fights. He is throwing punches with his waist while not following through. The guy looked like he was turning when the first punch was thrown. His body movement is what actually make me think differently. He kicks his legs like he is riding a bicycle while not even attempting to buck the guy off.

    It looks weird and fake to me.

    Oh and this doesn't look like bullying at all. It looks like typical locker-room BS.
    Perhaps we're being to harsh on the guy here...

    It may not be ground and pound.

    It could be GnP's lesser known cousin, slap and tickle. That might explain that estrogenic sounding cry of rage as he's wailing away with the slaps of fury.
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    right before they fight, the other guy postures up also...doesn't sit right. I'm leaning toward staged.
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    The "throw" was sloppy and done on a tile floor in a shower room. The kid on the bottom looks actually hurt and scared, too. That makes me think it's real.

    The timing of the video and the way the kid on top transitions to mount and punches makes me think it's fake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tao.jonez View Post
    The "throw" was sloppy and done on a tile floor in a shower room. The kid on the bottom looks actually hurt and scared, too. That makes me think it's real.
    The fact that two kids abided by the laws of physics once feet left the ground and someone was hurt doesn't mean that it wasn't staged.
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