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White supremacist picks wrong black man to fight

By Tony Hicks
Monday, July 11th, 2011 at 3:06 pm in Uncategorized.

I love old-fashioned feel-good stories

28-year-old white supremacist Daren Abbey – and I’m not sure if that’s an official title or just garnered from his violent dislike of African America men – recently confronted a man named Marlon Baker at a bar somewhere near Boise, Idaho. I know this because I read it on the Internet, and the Internet is never wrong. Especially the sites I’ve never heard of.


So Baker, an African American gentleman, decides to leave the bar. I understand. I’m white and would hate being in a bar with a white supremacist. Of course, in this case, the white wasn’t so supreme. Abbey allegedly followed Baker to his car, shouting racial epithets. Then it sounds like he tried to assault Baker, which is police-talk for “the drunk idiot tried to take a cheap shot because liquor makes rednecks believe they’re Chuck Norris.” 

The problem for Drunk Guy was, if course, that Baker was a boxing champ. Now by boxing champ, the story doesn’t really explain if that means pro boxing, Golden Gloves, Marine boxing, or maybe he just puts on gloves and runs up and down the street punching people. Anyway, this was a problem for drunk guy, especially after he missed. Then, of course, Baker knocks him out with one punch. Please scroll down the link to enjoy the damage.

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