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    Jul 10,  · Cocky fighter gets knocked out in final 10 seconds after showboating all fight - Duration: BT Sport Boxing 7,, views. Top 5 Charlie Zelenoff Losses (MUST SEE)!
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    Knockout definition is - the act of knocking out: the condition of being knocked out. How to use knockout in a sentence.
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    To be asleep. When a person loses conciuessness (yes i cant spell that) Due to a accident such as being run over by a car, Hit with a metal pipe, Getting in a fight with someone who would other wise have killed you had your girlfriend not stepped in.
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    The boxer knocked out his opponent in the third round. El boxeador noqueó a su oponente en el tercer round. knock [sb] out vtr phrasal sep phrasal verb, transitive, separable: Verb with adverb(s) or preposition(s), having special meaning, divisible--for example, "call off" [=cancel], "call the .
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    Jul 10,  · EXCLUSIVE: Deputy knocked out by brick during civil unrest in Tampa says he's grateful to be alive. Deputy hit by brick amid riots speaks out. At .
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    May 30,  · Put Him To Sleep: Drunk Dude Gets Knocked Out After Trying To Start A Fight With The Wrong One! , views. Put Him To Sleep: Dude Gets His Jaw Rocked While Arguing With A Man’s Girlfriend! , views. Picked The Wrong Shooter: Goon Pulled Up On His Opps W/ The Strap But Couldn't Figure Out How To Work The Gun!
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    Nov 20,  · A knockout blow is a traumatic brain injury or concussion, but not every concussion means a loss of consciousness. Christopher Giza, professor of pediatric neurology and neurosurgery at UCLA, explains what happens when you’re knocked out, how it’s different from the average concussion, and the best course of action following a knock-out blow.