If you could fight anyone (living or dead), who would you fight and why?

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Thats pretty easy for the living (for now) Mario McNeil and Antoinette Davis for obvious reasons. As far as a dead person it would probably be John Wayne Gacy for obvious reasons.
Not so obvious...none of those names ring a bell. I know who John Wayne is, but what's with the Gacy on the end? *cringes, hoping he doesn't sound as stupid as he thinks he does*
John Wayne Gacy=Pogo the Clown
He is an American serial killer/pervert that killed 30+ people.


Mario McNeil and Antionette Davis are being held for the death of Antionette's beautiful five year old daughter, both facing charges of human trafficking, Mario decided to rape and kill the kid last week.
Oh they haven't seen trial and it hasn't been proven yet but they both could use a beating anyway.
He was a Clown for hire that moonlighted as a serial killer, raped and killed 33 young boys back in the seventies.
Definitely Batman. He would certainly give me a thrashing but perhaps I could give him a bruise or two. I would have a great story, probably a few wounds and I might even learn a few things. Later I would see Bruce Wayne on the street and he would give me that knowing look.

I'm looking for you Batman!
George W. Bush, I think he deserves a major league ass whoopin' Hell i'll take him and Cheney at the same time.
I guaran-damn-tee it! ;)
You can have W. He'll take one punch and start crying for his momma. Let me have Cheney. I want to see him beg for mercy.
@ Wolfmanjack

Grow up. Take your political shit somewhere else, this is a website about men, not friggen politics. You can find that garbage anywhere.
Telling someone to 'grow up' in a juvenile joke thread... :-/
Sounded awfully serious to me.

"I want to see him beg for mercy."

Not very humorous.

Maybe I'm too serious. My bad.

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