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Petite schoolgirl takes on giant bully

It is often said, the bigger they are, the harder they fall…
Petite schoolgirl takes on giant bully

When an aggressor of a fight is roughly twice the size of their intended target, they’re commonly and justifiably considered bullies. Fortunately, size does not always determine who comes out on top in a physical confrontation.

In an effort to shame their victims, bullies often antagonize them without expecting them to fight back— putting them at a distinct strategic disadvantage regardless of the physical advantages they may hold. As they say and is proven here, one should always expect the unexpected.

Petite schoolgirl takes on giant bully

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What Is The UnderGround?

Nobel laureate Gabriel García Márquez begins his greatest work with a description of beginning. “At that time Macondo was a village of twenty adobe houses, built on the bank of a river of clear water that ran along a bed of polished stones, which were white and enormous, like prehistoric eggs. The world was so recent that many things lacked names, and in order to indicate them it was necessary to point.”

The UnderGround was founded when mixed martial arts was so recent that many things lacked names, including the sport itself. Kirik Jenness had written the first book on MMA, the 600 page “Fighter’s Notebook.” But there was no known market for it, so the Internet seemed the only possible source. They grabbed some urls for $200 each (there was no GoDaddy yet) and the best sounding one was SubmissionFighting.com. They partnered with an early, early news site called FightingTalk, and the founder of that site suggested calling it “The UnderGround.”

That was in 1998.

Eventually too many people showed up looking for weird things, so they switched to another url they had acquired – mixedmartialarts.com. Then the UFC switched to UFC.tv, so they switched to MMA.tv. Then when the name mixed martial arts became official, they eventually moved their site for the hardcore fanbase back to mixedmartialarts.com.

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