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Hitler suffered chronic flatulence and took 28 different drugs to fight it.
A large number of Muslims sacrificed themselves to save Jews and fight Nazis in World War II.
Snakes can have two heads and fight each other for food.
Underweight models are banned in Israel to fight against anorexia.
A porcupine can fight off a pride of lions.
The night before his execution, a man in Georgia escaped from prison and, later that night, was beaten to death in a bar fight.
Brazil was the only independent South American country to send ground troops to fight in WW2, with over 25,000 soldiers.
During the Holocaust, Jewish boxer Salamo Arouch was imprisoned at Auschwitz. He was forced to fight fellow prisoners; the losers were sent to the gas chambers or shot. He survived over 2 years and 200 fights until the camp was liberated.
More than 600 women dressed as men in order to fight in the American Civil War.
In 2013, A pig in Australia stole 18 beers from a campsite, got drunk, and then tried to fight a cow.
Octopus wrestling was a popular sport in the 1960s. A diver would fight an octopus in shallow water and drag it to the surface.
There is a town in Mexico where people have a huge fist fight to ask the gods for a good rainy season.
During WW2, Canada gave out buttons to people who tried to enlist but were refused due to medical reasons to show their willingness to fight.
In the original script, “Rocky” ended with Rocky throwing the fight and opening a pet store for Adrian with the money he made.
California uses inmates to fight forest fires. Prisoners take the jobs because it reduces their sentence, gets them outside, and pays better than typical prison jobs.
Injecting gold into the body can help fight cancer.
There’s a Starbucks coffee cup in every scene of Fight Club.
In 2015, two day care employees in New Jersey were imprisoned for running a toddler “fight club” among a dozen boys and girls aged 4-6.
Fidel Castro’s father joined the Spanish Army in the late 19th century to fight against Cuban independence.
When 12-year-old Muhammad Ali’s beloved bicycle was stolen, he reported the theft to a police officer who was also a boxing trainer. He helped Ali win his first fight in just six weeks.