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Old 01-05-2013, 03:56 PM #2
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I see great displays of sportsmanship most often when two warriors go toe-to-toe and are still standing at the end. They usually embrace in a show of mutual respect and relief that it's finally over.

Great sportsmanship is also demonstrated when a defeated fighter congratulates the victor, or a victor consoles the loser and extols his virtues as a fighter.
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