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The Thought Brothers Breakdown the Montgomery “Molly Wop” Brawl and Donald Trump


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Many people on social media are calling the altercation the “Montgomery Molly Wop.”  According to the Urban Dictionary, “Molly Wop” is a verb.  The definition is described as, “To swing one’s arm back that it almost rips out of its socket and then proceed to completely knock the fuck out of someone in the face with the cheetah-speed moving fist.”  Some are even calling it the “Battle of Montgomery 2023,” saying that the massive clash will be remembered as a great “historic event.”

The Montgomery Molly Wop – Photo Credit:  Andy Whett

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