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June 13, 2017

5 “Who Would Win” Battles That Played Out In Real Life!

5 “Who Would Win” Battles That Played Out In Real Life! Description: 1. Warrior Monks vs. Samurai In 1180, the Japanese Prince Mochihito hid out in a Buddhist temple after a failed attempt to overturn the kingdom. His only defense against the Samurai soldiers were the temple monks. The monks’ armory were staffs, bows, swords and daggers. How they did it, I don’t know, but they were able to hold off a whole army of armored Samurai. Legend has it that one of the monks stripped an incoming arrow by slicing it in half mid-air while another single-handedly killed 26 samurai. Their victory was short-lived as the samurai came back, but this time with 10,000 soldiers. The monks and the Prince could not stand a chance. The monastery was burnt down and the Prince killed. 2. Tiger vs. Lion If you thought the Lion was the King of the Jungle, then wait until you put a Lion and a Tiger before a roaring crowd. The Romans attempted such a fete in the first century AD and the Indians in the 19th century. In India, the fight was arranged by the Gaekwad of Baroda who was sure that the lion would win: he even put down a bet of 37,000 rupees! Both times, the tiger won and not by a small margin. A witness to the Roman fight said that not only did the tiger kill the lion, but she ripped it into shreds. In India, the Gaekwad lost the bet. 3. Shaolin Monks vs. Pirates In 1550, a motley crew of pirates found themselves against an unlikely opponent: a group of Shaolin Warrior Monks. The Monks were not out there to pray, but to wage war. The pirates had been ravaging the Monk Kingdom for years. A desperate emperor called on a 1000-year-old Shaolin Monastery for help. The monks were unparalleled masters of Kung Fu, but they usually fought with staffs; their enemies had advanced Portuguese guns and cannons. The Monks won, and not only in that battle but other two out of the four that they fought. The best example is the Battle of Wengjiangag:120 monks faced 120 pirates and the monks slaughtered all their enemies. 4. A Roman Emperor vs. A Killer Whale The Roman Philosopher, Pliny the Elder records seeing a killer whale in the harbor of Ostia, locked in Combat with Emperor Claudius, and his army of soldiers. A ship had capsized and had filled the harbor with leather hides which lured a hungry whale that got stuck in the shallows. Claudius figured that this was an excellent opportunity for a spectacle for the whole Roman public to watch. However, he did not play fair. He brought out a whole crew of ship and surrounded the whale. The cornered whale overturned a boat and everyone just started hurling lances and spears. The whale was killed, but if you are counting causalities, the whale won. 5. War Elephants vs. Artillery In 1825, Maha Bandula, a desperate Burmese commander struggled to repel a British attack against his base in Danubyu. He launched a counter attack led by his best soldiers, his Calvary and 17 battle-trained elephants. It would have been an unstoppable force in ancient times, but they were competing against modern technology here. The poor elephants did not even make it to the enemy lines as a hail of rockets and shells blew them away. After the battle, the British attacked again, and this time, Bandula had to evacuate. Background Music: Kevin MacLeod ~ Black Vortex : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iChhbmJBN38 For copyright matters please contact us: OfficialAmerikano@hotmail.com _________________________________________________________________ Thank you so much for watching! Smash that like button for more, make sure you share the video with your friends and dont forget to subscribe! Make sure to follow me here: https://twitter.com/Top5sFinest

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