Justin Trudeau Fight

April 1, 2012 by staff 

Justin Trudeau Fight, No one will confuse it with the classic bouts between Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier. But for what it lacked in the sweet science department, the so-called “Thrilla on the Hilla” charity boxing match between Liberal MP Justin Trudeau and Conservative senator Patrick Brazeau made up for in hype.

Trudeau, widely acknowledged by Parliament Hill pundits to be the underdog going into the fight, emerged the winner when the referee stopped the bout midway through the third round.

“It feels really good. I had a game plan that I was going to stick to,” Trudeau told reporters after the bout.

“I knew he would come in heavy and hard right off the bat, but I also knew that I was going to be able to take anything he threw at me. And when he did, he emptied himself out, and I just kept going.

“I’ll be absolutely honest: he hits really hard.”

For weeks, Trudeau and Brazeau sparred on Twitter, with the brash young senator from Maniwaki, Que., trying to bait the eldest son of the late former prime minister Pierre Trudeau into shaving his head in the event of a knock-out, and taking shots over the Liberal MP’s controversial quip about Quebec separation.

“March 31st, (at)justinpjtrudeau will meet someone he knows (the left) and what he fears most (my right)! U gonna separate then?” Brazeau tweeted.

“Are you ok, Pat? That’s even more unintelligible than usual. Stick to your usual grunting and snarling… ” Trudeau wrote in reply.

On Saturday night, they took the fight to each other in a different sort of political arena.

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