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    Ok, not sure if this is the right place for this thread but oh well.

    Who do you belive is the toughest US president of all time. What i mean by this is if you put all presidents in a bracket and they move on through all out no rules fights who would be the last president standing.

    My finals would be Teddy Roosevelt vs. Andrew Jackson.

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    Teddy R. vs. Lincoln in the finals. Roosevelt wins.
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    TR gave a speech after taking a bullet.

    Him in a rout.

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    Richard Millhouse Nixon. No one would be able to get a grip on that slimey piece of excrement.
    Certainly TR was was an athletic outdoorsman with the personality to win - but by the time he was president he was getting on in years a bit. I might go with JFK - combat experience, athletic, and way, way younger. George Washington and Abraham Lincoln were both noted for their physical strength.

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    Quote Originally Posted by M Richardson View Post
    Richard Millhouse Nixon. No one would be able to get a grip on that slimey piece of excrement.
    Certainly TR was was an athletic outdoorsman with the personality to win - but by the time he was president he was getting on in years a bit. I might go with JFK - combat experience, athletic, and way, way younger. George Washington and Abraham Lincoln were both noted for their physical strength.
    At first i was thinking about their age as well then started to think of each president in their prime. JFK was in my elite 8. Not sure why i started thinking about this but my girl and i debated this for almost an hour...lol

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    Jimmy Carter. Hands down.
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    here's my ranking.

    1. William Howard Taft was the heaviest of the wrestling Presidents at his ?best weight? of 225. Big Bill as he was called was a heavyweight intramural champion at Yale.
    2. Theodore Roosevelt is perhaps the most enthusiastic of the Presidents that wrestled. Roosevelt continued to do wrestling workouts while he was Governor of New York.
    3. At the age of 47 George Washington and while was the Commander of the Continental Armies, he defeated seven challengers from the Massachusetts Volunteers in consecutive wrestling matches.
    4. Abraham Lincoln was the champion wrestler of his county at the age of 21. Lincoln suffered his first recorded loss as a captain of the Illinois Volunteers to a soldier from another unit and lost by a rugged struggle by an odd fall.
    5. Zachary Taylor wrestled during his service in the Illinois Volunteers for the Black Hawk uprising. Wrestling was his favorite army sport.

    Presidents Andrew Jackson, Dwight Eisenhower, Ulysses S. Grant, and Chester A. Arthur were also wrestlers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by M Richardson View Post
    Richard Millhouse Nixon. No one would be able to get a grip on that slimey piece of excrement.
    Certainly TR was was an athletic outdoorsman with the personality to win - but by the time he was president he was getting on in years a bit. I might go with JFK - combat experience, athletic, and way, way younger. George Washington and Abraham Lincoln were both noted for their physical strength.
    Look it up: TR was the youngest president ever add this with Jensen's point about him finishing a speech after taking a bullet makes him the winner.

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