a fight involving 2 or more people
i dont wanna get in a fisty cuff with you
Fistycuffs is an expression used only by filthy Englishmen, meaning a fight, (usually incorporates lots of whooping, saying 'what ho' and 'have at you'.)
What ho, this little blighter's itchin fo' a round o' fistycuffs wif me!
Queensbury rules is a form of fistycuffs, not in order to comply with Queensbury rules the fists must not extend and must remain higher than the elbow at all times.
NOTE: Fistycuffs doesn't actually include any form of physical contact whatsoever. Just the act of circling one another should be enough to send any English gentleman into the grave.
For examples of Fistycuffs See various "Ye Olde English" TV shows
an act of violence. usually a fight, or in minor cases, an argument between two or more people.
bambi breezi: ay0 biznitchhh..
adolf axel: i dun wunt no problems here yo.
bambi breezi: o0, u meen lyyk a fisty cuff?
adolf axel: zactly.
The act of dueling someone using an older Irish fighting style where the fists are clenched, knuckles facing outwards and legs spread wide one in front of the other with a slight bend.
Stefonski: Possibly a game of fisty cuffs is in order after what you just said to me.
Robinski: Indeed, i hope ur fisty cuffs are in proper working order because i've been practicing.
Stefonski: It looks like I may be in for a good match.