Ali in his prime. Not bloodlusted,but giving maximum effort. (Means the same thing as bloodlusted by the sub definitions.)
5th graders fully understand that Ali is their enemy and don't get distracted. Maximum effort(bloodlusted by sub definitions).They'll work together,but whether or not it's perfect is up to you.
Kids are as fit as your average 5th grader I suppose. None of them are super athletic but none of them are unathletic completely.
Kids have standard kitchen knives, sharpened.
Takes place in an empty music classroom(which comfortably fits 20+ people). There are chairs and desks.
Start on opposite ends of the classroom.
Victory via incapacitation (to the extent that there's no chance to fight back) or outright death.
Bonus 1: Same conditions but in a gymnasium.
Bonus 2: Ali gets a wooden bat for both scenarios. If it breaks, another one instantly replaces it. What changes?
Edit: If 20 is a stomp, reduce the number of 5th graders to 10.
> Appearing on the Heavy Live With Scoop B Show, I asked Isiah Thomas if a company offered a blank check to he and Jordan for the opportunity to discuss their differences in exchange for an hour-long uninterrupted television special for them to air out their grievances, how much would the check amount to? “Well I don’t need the check; that’s not what I’m about,” Thomas stated. “So you wouldn’t have to pay me anything. And honestly until ‘The Last Dance’, I never knew there was a beef. You know again, I had gone out to dinner with him, I had seen him socially… I never knew that he felt THAT way about me. So again, I have no hard feelings against anyone and when I talk about the greatest players, I’m only talking about it from my perspective. No slight to anyone but, it’s just an acknowledgement of how great LeBron James is and what I’ve been watching. It’s just like the acknowledgement of Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.
> Isiah Thomas: “Now in the White community, that might be different. Tom Brady doesn’t have to speak for and Joe Montana doesn’t have to speak for the White community and uplift them in America. In the Black community, it’s always been different; whether it be Joe Louis when he was fighting Max Schmeling and how important that fight was; Jesse Owens winning the gold medal in Germany and how important that was, Tommy Smith [and John Carlos]…so when you look at Muhammad Ali; Muhammad Ali wasn’t the greatest because he could knock people out – Muhammad Ali was the greatest because of what he did outside of the playing field; outside of the ring. So the champion has always carried that mantle; particularly in the NBA – Bill Russell carried it, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar carried it, Dr. J carried it, I carried it and now LeBron is doing it.
> Isiah Thomas: So when you look at what the ‘GOAT’ means for us in terms of lifting us up in the society, speaking for the voiceless in our community; you can be a champion on the floor and you can be a champion off the floor. So what he’s done statistically – the numbers don’t lie. But also what he’s done OUTSIDE of the playing field, that doesn’t lie either. So you know, in terms of being a complete basketball player in terms of passing, dribbling, shooting, rebounding… no one has done what he’s done statistically in EVERY single category. Now we’ve had players to dominate one category. But we’ve never had a player that’s come in and dominate it in so many statistical categories across the board. And that’s LeBro... keep reading on reddit ➡
For the life of me I can’t figure out how anyone comes to the conclusion that this is a good idea. There are ~5.7 million Muslims in France, a country of 67 million people.
Do they understand that they’re antagonizing every Muslim by doing this and not just terrorists and their sympathizers?