flat-track bully

flat-track bully

n
(General Sporting Terms) a sportsperson who dominates inferior opposition, but who cannot beat top-level opponents
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Other notables Defending champion Alex Levy is a flat-track bully who will probably go well for a long way this week, while improving Aussie Jason Scrivener is tempting at 150-1.
Britt Assombalonga 15 |goals = 11 points The one thing we can be sure this tells us is that Donaldson is far from a flat-track bully, feathering his nest when his side already has the game won.
To pinch a cliche from another sport, he was a bit of a flat-track bully.
There's an element of the flat-track bully about their pack.
Any flat-track bully worth his salt would have weighed in with a few goals but Torres spurned the chance with yet another poor miss.
Westwood is far more than a mere flat-track bully, but it is worth noting that he went back to number one after winning the Indonesian Open.
He needs to deliver against the top teams rather than being a flat-track bully against the top flight's lesser lights.
The Real Madrid superstar can't be accused of being a flat-track bully - the game in which he failed to score was Real's 9-1 win over Granada.
Perhaps they've bought into the idea that Suarez is some sort of flat-track bully.
The son of Whitehaven's rugby league coach Ged may be built for it, but he is no flat-track bully.
The world number three has been described as a flat-track bully - adept at seeing of inferior opponents but not quite good enough against the world's best, namely Federer and Rafael Nadal.
But as if to prove he is not the sort of flat-track bully to take advantage of such benign conditions, he did not last long.