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  • I think this is like the skinny kid with glasses cold-cocking the bully when he pokes his fingers into the nerd's chest one too many times.

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  • I'm too polite to say what I would do for a million dollars, but suffice it to say cold-cocking some guy and delivering him to Damon and Affleck falls well within my comfort zone.

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  • New Year's Eve party by firing a shotgun; at another, he breaks up a serious fight between his parents by cold-cocking himself with a Dr Pepper bottle.

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  • Koufax refused to retaliate, so catcher John Roseboro buzzed Marichal on a throw back to the mound, and Marichal shocked everyone by cold-cocking Roseboro with his bat.

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  • This statement earned him confused coverage in the blogosphere, as did his recent encounter with aspiring Berkeley rapper Nico, who can be seen on YouTube cold-cocking him in the face.

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  • Wales, Dave Davies picked a fight with Avory, who responded by cold-cocking his former roommate with his hi-hat stand.


  • This storm simply didn't play fair, cold-cocking the Northeast with more than 2 feet of snow on a holiday weekend when everyone seemed to be out of town, groggy with holiday cheer or just unprepared.

  • There were some knockout coats on the floor, with equally cold-cocking price tags. - News

  • AGENTS OF ATLAS #1 - In the 1950's, somewhere between Captain America cold-cocking the Kaiser and the first appearance of the Fantastic Four, the Marvel Universe's heroes of choice were the Agents of Atlas: Gorilla Man, Venus, M-11, and the questionably-named Man From Uranus.

  • Zach Randolph's cold-cocking of Louis Amundson is an example this year.

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