2 definitions by Telcontar

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A fighter who depends on ferocity, toughness, and strength to win fights (often against, or involving, more than one other person). A brawler will rarely attempt to dodge a blow, preferring to take the hit for one of several reasons: To intimidate, to give them a better chance at grabbing and crushing/breaking the opponents limb, or even because pain makes them angrier and more energetic, thereby helping them fight better.

Brawlers are the most common form of street fighter. They have never studied a fighting sport or martial art and have little to no finesse, but often make up for this somewhat due to experience and caginess.

A lot of fun to watch.
There were mostly brawlers in that bar fight last night. I hit one with a wooden chair and he just grabbed me and threw me out the window. I lost an ear.
by Telcontar January 08, 2008
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A fighter who depends on ferocity, toughness, and strength to win fights (often against, or involving, more than one other person). A brawler will rarely attempt to dodge a blow, preferring to take the hit for one of several reasons: To intimidate, to give them a better chance at grabbing and crushing/breaking the opponents limb, or even because pain makes them angrier and more energetic, thereby helping them fight better.

Brawlers are the most common form of street fighter. They have never studied a fighting sport or martial art and have little to no finesse, but often make up for this somewhat due to experience and caginess.

A lot of fun to watch. See: Tank Abbott
There were mostly brawlers in that bar fight last night. I hit one with a wooden chair and he just grabbed me and threw me out the window. I lost an ear.
by Telcontar December 17, 2007
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