outhustle

outhustle

(ˌaʊtˈhʌsəl)
vb (tr)
to be more competitive than
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Playing in the post-Kim Fajardo era, the Lady Spikers had to thread through the proverbial eye of the needle in finding the right combination to outhustle the Tigresses.
But it was a significant moment for McFadden, who rose to the occasion quite brilliantly to outhustle Selby in the opening round and maintain a tough momentum throughout.
I told them don't be intimidated and don't let them outhustle us," Montclair Prep coach Bob Webb said.
Sadly the Kell Brook v Michael Jennings bout has been cancelled as Brook has a cold, which is a shame as I fancied Jennings to use his experience and outhustle the Sheffield man for his British title.
Hatton had attempted to outhustle Mayweather from the start but his tactics seldom worked and the American was in front on points when the fight was stopped.
Hatton is faster-paced - he is the Energiser Bunny of modern boxing and he can outhustle Mayweather to a12-round unanimous decision.
You might be the smallest guy on the court, but a guy who is 6-6, if you outhustle him, you can beat anyone.
But we felt like with our core training and our fitness, we could outhustle them because we weren't going to overpower them.
After watching Serra of Gardena outplay and outhustle them Tuesday, the Wolverines took out their frustration on La Canada High of La Canada Flintridge in an impressive 88-58 victory in a consolation quarterfinal.
Again, it's hustle, and that's something where, I may not be faster than a lot of people or stronger than a lot of people, but I can outhustle a lot of people.
They're just going to try to play hard and try to outhustle you and be more physical than you.