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punchbag

a suspended stuffed bag that is punched for exercise, esp boxing training
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Instead, the 27-year-old has confidently claimed he'll be able to pick Benn (4-0) apart with his movement in the ring, warning his opponent he won't be a "punchbag" like he believes 'The Destroyer's' previous conquests have been.
t k t t THE most extreme workout yet has just been launched - The Human Punchbag.
Gymbox has launched the world's first 'human punchbag' with real people inside to provoke the fitness fans to throw jabs and hooks at someone inside the custom designed bag.
Now the 31-year-old's punchbags have proved to be a hit among the great and good after he pitched his idea in London.
LIVERPOOLprimary school pupils are to be given a punchbag to help control their anger.
The six officers, including Assistant Chief Constable Stuart Hyde, will be pounding the punchbags in a sponsored three-hour session to raise much needed cash for Sport Relief.
The money has gone towards new equipment such as punchbags, sparring gloves, hand pads and headgear.
And I appreciate all those family and friends who've been metaphorical punchbags.
This, after all, is the company that has thrown millions at Audley Harrison's dust-ups with a selection of hand-picked punchbags yet wouldn't dare get into a decent bidding battle for such worthwhile events as football or cricket.
In some countries, including Japan, pranks are part of corporate culture, with punchbags of the boss allowed on the shop floor.
The makeshift gym, including an 18ft square ring, punchbags and a skipping floor, has been erected beneath the chandeliers of the hotel's Court Suite.