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27th May '16 2:37:41 AM MisterCPC
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** The "Death of Clark Kent" story actually has him do this when he removes his shirt and cape before fighting Conduit.
14th May '16 11:04:50 PM SSJMagus
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** [[BadassGrandpa Yamamoto]] is an even better example. Though, Yamamoto's sword has a tendency to set everything around it on fire, so this might be justified, as it would be somewhat hard to fight when Yamamoto himself is on fire.

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** [[BadassGrandpa Yamamoto]] is an even better example. Though, Yamamoto's sword has a tendency to set everything around it on fire, so this might be justified, as it would be somewhat hard to fight when Yamamoto himself is on fire. Though mainly it's just to show off how surprisingly ''ripped'' the old man is.
25th Apr '16 10:04:38 AM SSJMagus
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* In ''Manga/FullmetalAlchemist'', Alex Louis Armstrong does this all the time, to the point of lampshading.

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* In ''Manga/FullmetalAlchemist'', Alex Louis Armstrong does this all the time, to the point of lampshading. Frequently he destroys his own shirt ''by flexing''.
11th Apr '16 5:13:23 PM kawaiineko333
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* Since coming back from injury after Wrestlemania 32, Cesaro comes out in a nice suit before pulling it off to reveal his tights underneath.
7th Apr '16 7:29:33 AM erforce
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* During the Corridor fight scene in ''Film/OldBoy'', one mook does it, after seeing his buddies get their butts kicked.

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* During the Corridor fight scene in ''Film/OldBoy'', ''Film/{{Oldboy 2003}}'', one mook does it, after seeing his buddies get their butts kicked.
13th Mar '16 4:07:46 AM TPPR10
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* This is a gameplay mechanism in ''VideoGame/SenranKagura'' where you can activate Frantic mode by making the character strip into their underwear, turing them into {{Glass Cannon}}s.

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* This is a gameplay mechanism in ''VideoGame/SenranKagura'' where you can activate Frantic mode by making the character strip into their underwear, turing turning them into {{Glass Cannon}}s.
10th Mar '16 7:51:07 AM hullflyer
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* The princesses in ''[[WesternAnimation/{{Shrek}} Shrek the Third]]'' actually tear off parts of their dresses before taking down Prince Charming's henchmen.

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* The princesses in ''[[WesternAnimation/{{Shrek}} Shrek the Third]]'' actually tear off parts of their dresses before taking down Prince Charming's henchmen. In their case, it's more justified than usual, in that their dresses are slightly restrictive, and they need the freedom of movement in a fight.
9th Mar '16 11:44:04 PM jormis29
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* In one episode of ''Series/BobsBurgers'' Choo-choo insists that he and Gene take off their shirts prior to a fight. When Bob tries to break it up Choo-choo's father arrives and takes off his own shirt, as he plans to beat up Bob.

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* In one episode of ''Series/BobsBurgers'' ''WesternAnimation/BobsBurgers'' Choo-choo insists that he and Gene take off their shirts prior to a fight. When Bob tries to break it up Choo-choo's father arrives and takes off his own shirt, as he plans to beat up Bob.
9th Mar '16 1:42:04 PM Hossmeister
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* In one episode of ''BobsBurgers'' Choo-choo insists that he and Gene take off their shirts prior to a fight. When Bob tries to break it up Choo-choo's father arrives and takes off his own shirt, as he plans to beat up Bob.

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* In one episode of ''BobsBurgers'' ''Series/BobsBurgers'' Choo-choo insists that he and Gene take off their shirts prior to a fight. When Bob tries to break it up Choo-choo's father arrives and takes off his own shirt, as he plans to beat up Bob.
27th Feb '16 5:28:24 PM TheBigBopper
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* It was not uncommon for 19th-century duelists to fight shirtless (or even, in one famous case, completely nude) because it decreased the chance of dying afterward from an infected wound. When women began fighting topless epee duels topless for this reason, the male public considered it FetishFuel, which is why those women tried to make sure that no man would be in the vicinity to spy on them.

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* It was not uncommon for 19th-century duelists to fight shirtless (or even, in one famous case, completely nude) because it decreased the chance of dying afterward from an infected wound. When women began fighting topless epee duels topless for this reason, the male public considered it FetishFuel, which is why those women tried to make sure that no man would be in the vicinity to spy on them.
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