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Bear Vs Bull - Who Would Win?


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It's all to do with who gets the first move in.

I saw on a wildlife programme where a polar bear was fatally wounded by a walrus, although polar bears do kill walruses.

So, as long as the bear keeps away from the bull's horns and hooves, it's got a chance.

It's a bit like freestyle wrestlers where one has a chainsaw and the other has a flamethrower.

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The bear. The bull would charge in all guns blazing, two punches thrown per second but lose his shirt and be spent after thirty seconds. The bear will bide his time and win the battle, aged 55.

The animals? Score draw.

According to QI ( that impeccable fount of knowledge and indisputable fact :rolleyes: ) a bear would beat a lion, so my money is on the bear being able to beat a bull too.

BTW I'm a bear, so don't mess with me.

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According to QI ( that impeccable fount of knowledge and indisputable fact :rolleyes: ) a bear would beat a lion, so my money is on the bear being able to beat a bull too.

BTW I'm a bear, so don't mess with me.

OK, I won't.

How many men would it take to beat a lion?

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According to QI ( that impeccable fount of knowledge and indisputable fact :rolleyes: ) a bear would beat a lion, so my money is on the bear being able to beat a bull too.

BTW I'm a bear, so don't mess with me.

What about a gorilla?

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Bear Vs Bull - Who Would Win? I think a bear would beat a bull in a fight. What are your thoughts? ..... What about a gorilla?

You are curly-topped, nine-year-old Ben from Outnumbered and I claim my £5.

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