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14th Dec '17 11:50:42 AM lillolillo
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* In ''Franchise/SupermanAndMan'' fic a real world person swaps bodies with Franchise/{{Superman}} and gets forced into a fight against ComicBook/LexLuthor. At one point he punches Luthor across the street. Accidentally.

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* In ''Franchise/SupermanAndMan'' ''Fanfic/SupermanAndMan'' fic a real world person swaps bodies with Franchise/{{Superman}} and gets forced into a fight against ComicBook/LexLuthor. At one point he punches Luthor across the street. Accidentally.


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* In ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer''/''ComicBook/{{Supergirl}}'' crossover ''Fanfic/TheVampireOfSteel'', the Maid of Might starts the FinalBattle by punching a Kryptonian vampire up, up and ''far'' away.
-->Zol-Am was already landing in front of her. With a motion borne of super-speed, he grabbed the medallion by its chain, not touching the disk itself, ripped it from her neck, and threw it away. “What now, girl? Any other weapons in your armory?”\\
“Could try this,” said Kara, and hit him with an uppercut that knocked him into the air.\\
“Good lord,” exclaimed Cordelia, watching the Zol-Am-shaped missile soar higher and higher.
14th Dec '17 11:35:48 AM lillolillo
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* In ''Franchise/SupermanAndMan'' fic a real world person swaps bodies with Franchise/{{Superman}} and gets forced into a fight against ComicBook/LexLuthor. At one point he punches Luthor across the street. Accidentally.
-->In between the triggering of that blast and Luthor's last word, the figure in blue and red gathered his strength, made a decision without realizing he had, and simply whacked Luthor in the chest with his arm.\\
The master villain was sent flying ass-over-teakettle in the sky, impacting on the side of a building across the street, causing a gaggle of workers in the office nearest the dent he made in it to run for the elevator. A few hardy souls chose the stairs. Luthor took no notice of any of them.\\
The actor was stunned. Not even that hard a blow, and it had knocked Luthor clear across the street. He had no idea what the real power of Superman was. No scale, at all.
8th Dec '17 12:08:07 PM Woodrobin
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* Practically everyone Creator/BruceLee sparred with regularly said he did this to them. The famous "One-Inch Punch", while not exactly sending someone flying across the room, would knock them back several feet which is an impressive distance when you realize that Bruce Lee's fist quite literally [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin only moved an inch.]] He also had a "Six-Inch Punch" [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pC6vRJsBZEg that could knock a person back about 15 feet.]] That's after being softened by the cushion his demonstration partner held between them, presumably to avoid getting his ribs broken. Bruce's blows could be so strong that stunt men were sometimes wary about working with him for fear that he would seriously injure them ''completely by accident''. For instance, in the famous ''Film/EnterTheDragon'' scene where Bruce kicks O'Hara off his feet and into a crowd of spectators, one of the stunt men was bowled over with such force that he broke his arm. Jackie Chan, who played one of the unnamed mooks in the scene where Bruce Lee fights a seemingly endless ZergRush of flunkies, got knocked out by a glancing blow from Bruce's hand. Jackie admits it was his own fault: he wasn't on his mark, and would have been fine if he'd been where the fight choreography required him to be. Bruce was so horrified that he stopped the scene, helped Jackie up and hugged him, apologizing profusely. Jackie admitted that he hammed up how much pain he was in because he didn't want Bruce to stop hugging him. He claims it's one of the greatest things that has happened to him in his entire career.

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* Practically everyone Creator/BruceLee sparred with regularly said he did this to them. The famous "One-Inch Punch", while not exactly sending someone flying across the room, would knock them back several feet which is an impressive distance when you realize that Bruce Lee's fist quite literally [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin only moved an inch.]] He also had a "Six-Inch Punch" [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pC6vRJsBZEg that could knock a person back about 15 feet.]] That's after being softened by the cushion his demonstration partner held between them, presumably to avoid getting his ribs broken. Bruce's blows could be so strong that stunt men were sometimes wary about working with him for fear that he would seriously injure them ''completely by accident''. For instance, in the famous ''Film/EnterTheDragon'' scene where Bruce kicks O'Hara off his feet and into a crowd of spectators, one of the stunt men was bowled over with such force that he broke his arm. Jackie Chan, who played one of the unnamed mooks in the scene where Bruce Lee fights a seemingly endless ZergRush of flunkies, got knocked out by a glancing blow from Bruce's hand.nunchuk. Jackie admits it was his own fault: he wasn't on his mark, and would have been fine if he'd been where the fight choreography required him to be. Bruce was so horrified that he stopped after the scene, he helped Jackie up and hugged him, apologizing profusely. Jackie admitted that he hammed up how much pain he was in because he didn't want Bruce to stop hugging him. He claims it's one of the greatest things that has happened to him in his entire career.
8th Dec '17 11:46:03 AM Woodrobin
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* Practically everyone Creator/BruceLee sparred with regularly said he did this to them. The famous "One-Inch Punch", while not exactly sending someone flying across the room, would knock them back several feet which is an impressive distance when you realize that Bruce Lee's fist quite literally [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin only moved an inch.]] He also had a "Six-Inch Punch" [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pC6vRJsBZEg that could knock a person back about 15 feet.]] That's after being softened by the cushion his demonstration partner held between them, presumably to avoid getting his ribs broken. Bruce's blows could be so strong that stunt men were sometimes wary about working with him for fear that he would seriously injure them ''completely by accident''. For instance, in the famous ''Film/EnterTheDragon'' scene where Bruce kicks O'Hara off his feet and into a crowd of spectators, one of the stunt men was bowled over with such force that he broke his arm. Jackie Chan, who played one of the unnamed mooks in the scene where Bruce Lee fight a gang using a pair of nunchuks, got knocked out by a glancing blow from Bruce's hand. Jackie admits it was his own fault: he wasn't on his mark, and would have been fine if he'd been where the fight choreography required him to be. Bruce was so horrified that he stopped the scene, helped Jackie up and hugged him, apologizing profusely. Jackie admitted that he hammed up how much pain he was in because he didn't want Bruce to stop hugging him. He claims it's one of the greatest things that has happened to him in his entire career.

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* Practically everyone Creator/BruceLee sparred with regularly said he did this to them. The famous "One-Inch Punch", while not exactly sending someone flying across the room, would knock them back several feet which is an impressive distance when you realize that Bruce Lee's fist quite literally [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin only moved an inch.]] He also had a "Six-Inch Punch" [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pC6vRJsBZEg that could knock a person back about 15 feet.]] That's after being softened by the cushion his demonstration partner held between them, presumably to avoid getting his ribs broken. Bruce's blows could be so strong that stunt men were sometimes wary about working with him for fear that he would seriously injure them ''completely by accident''. For instance, in the famous ''Film/EnterTheDragon'' scene where Bruce kicks O'Hara off his feet and into a crowd of spectators, one of the stunt men was bowled over with such force that he broke his arm. Jackie Chan, who played one of the unnamed mooks in the scene where Bruce Lee fight fights a gang using a pair seemingly endless ZergRush of nunchuks, flunkies, got knocked out by a glancing blow from Bruce's hand. Jackie admits it was his own fault: he wasn't on his mark, and would have been fine if he'd been where the fight choreography required him to be. Bruce was so horrified that he stopped the scene, helped Jackie up and hugged him, apologizing profusely. Jackie admitted that he hammed up how much pain he was in because he didn't want Bruce to stop hugging him. He claims it's one of the greatest things that has happened to him in his entire career.
8th Dec '17 11:39:22 AM Woodrobin
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* Practically everyone Creator/BruceLee sparred with regularly said he did this to them. The famous "One-Inch Punch", while not exactly sending someone flying across the room, would knock them back several feet which is an impressive distance when you realize that Bruce Lee's fist quite literally [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin only moved an inch.]] He also had a "Six-Inch Punch" [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pC6vRJsBZEg that could knock a person back about 15 feet.]] That's after being softened by the cushion his demonstration partner held between them, presumably to avoid getting his ribs broken. Bruce's blows could be so strong that stunt men were sometimes wary about working with him for fear that he would seriously injure them ''completely by accident''. For instance, in the famous ''Film/EnterTheDragon'' scene where Bruce kicks O'Hara off his feet and into a crowd of spectators, one of the stunt men was bowled over with such force that he broke his arm.

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* Practically everyone Creator/BruceLee sparred with regularly said he did this to them. The famous "One-Inch Punch", while not exactly sending someone flying across the room, would knock them back several feet which is an impressive distance when you realize that Bruce Lee's fist quite literally [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin only moved an inch.]] He also had a "Six-Inch Punch" [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pC6vRJsBZEg that could knock a person back about 15 feet.]] That's after being softened by the cushion his demonstration partner held between them, presumably to avoid getting his ribs broken. Bruce's blows could be so strong that stunt men were sometimes wary about working with him for fear that he would seriously injure them ''completely by accident''. For instance, in the famous ''Film/EnterTheDragon'' scene where Bruce kicks O'Hara off his feet and into a crowd of spectators, one of the stunt men was bowled over with such force that he broke his arm. Jackie Chan, who played one of the unnamed mooks in the scene where Bruce Lee fight a gang using a pair of nunchuks, got knocked out by a glancing blow from Bruce's hand. Jackie admits it was his own fault: he wasn't on his mark, and would have been fine if he'd been where the fight choreography required him to be. Bruce was so horrified that he stopped the scene, helped Jackie up and hugged him, apologizing profusely. Jackie admitted that he hammed up how much pain he was in because he didn't want Bruce to stop hugging him. He claims it's one of the greatest things that has happened to him in his entire career.
7th Dec '17 5:43:38 AM TheGreatKomodo
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* ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoSanAndreas'' has the super punch cheat, where any punch that CJ lands on an NPC sends them kilometers away at incredibly high speeds.
22nd Nov '17 8:59:58 PM AnoneMouseJr
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* ''FanFic/AChanceMeetingOfTwoMoons'': Variant - Artemis's ''voice'' is sufficient to knock Solaris backward during an argument.
21st Nov '17 7:01:54 PM AnoneMouseJr
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* ''FanFic/AChanceMeetingOfTwoMoons'': Variant - Artemis's ''voice'' is sufficient to knock Solaris backward during an argument.
1st Oct '17 4:08:04 AM lillolillo
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* In ComicBook/PowerGirl fanfic ''Fanfic/AForceOfFour'', U-Ban breaks into the Fortress to ravish Power Girl. Kara blasts his groin and punches him through a roof.
-->She brought one up off the floor and gave him an uppercut that smashed him right into the next level.
22nd Sep '17 4:15:53 PM morenohijazo
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* ''ComicBook/MortadeloYFilemon'': Exaggerated, to the point of characters getting punched into different countries and even [[RecycledINSPACE INTO SPACE!]].
** Kicked Across The Room: characters are also prone to kick others in the same way. One example: Filemón is almost dead after being shot in the stomach, and is on a wheelchair. The Súper (who was the indirect cause of him being shot) asks him how he is. The next frame has the Súper with a shoe-mark on his back after having landed on an igloo, asking himself how it could happen.
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