smack talk


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smack talk

n
disparaging or abusive remarks intended to put off or intimidate someone, esp an opponent prior to or during a sports match
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So was the overall performance, sparked in no small part by the memories of last season's loss and the fact that Oregon State seemed to rub it in with some smack talk this week.
Although Diaz's smack talk is nothing new for MMA fans, it certainly sets up the stage for a a possible trilogy bout, when McGregor decides to return to the promotion.
Themes of honesty, integrity, and inner strength are tempered with a healthy dose of snark and smack talk as teammates face off against each other during deadly "practice" sessions that test both mental and physical strength.
Fourteen speakers throughout the building and across the starlit campus of the Imaginarium will broadcast plenty of smack talk and play-by-plays of the cutting-edge competition, along with important announcements regarding the fabulous live and silent auction.
When you replace inner smack talk with encouraging self-talk you will be better able to meet adversity and challenges and do things that will contribute to greater success.
He shrugged off all the smack talk and saying that he will be focused once the tournament starts.
Este golpe fue resultado de la Operacion Smack Talk, una investigacion de 11 meses que realizo la oficina regional de la DEA y uno de los mayores decomisos de heroina en Estados Unidos.
Service organizations should feel free to challenge other groups, even exchanging some smack talk, whatever is needed to draw in the most money possible.
I'm letting him do all the smack talk while I keep calm.
The thrilling game ensued, with plenty of smack talk amongst the two combatants.