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Old 08-08-2012, 05:31 AM   #1
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Default Tennis players in a last man standing, battle to the death arena (hunger games style)

Who would you favour? Vultures? Tacticians?

Name some players you think could win such a contest.

For those who have no clue what I'm talking about: they would be put in a controlled environment and fight to the death. Pretty much like gladiators in their time, but it would be out in the open and they could use natural resources to aid them in surviving.

Maybe this guy? He's been living as a hermit for a few years now. Probably learned a lot about wilderness, and he's got the spirit to endure.



Or maybe this one? Can't underestimate those biceps and the thick legs.



What about him? He's surely a toughened piece of iron.



Or this young fella? Already applying the war paint. Gotta love his drive.



Or maybe...



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