mauler mauler  /ˈmɔ lər/


  • (n) a fighter who batters the opponent


  1. John Delaney, light-heavyweight, is another gentleman who believes implicitly in the might of his right mauler.
  2. Dining with Marshal Tito at Brioni last month, Russia's First Party Secretary Nikita Khrushchev, his big mauler wrapped around a glass of slivovitz.
  3. The first athlete to appear was a hard-jawed, 28-year-old mauler by the name of Jack Dempsey.


  • Hatfield Slams Back-to-Back

    Shelby Legion baseball (Posts 289/611/725) is on a roll. After two recent sweeps, on Tuesday they mauled Moultrie-Douglas, 18-5. Chief mauler was Shelbyville Slugger Luke Hatfield, who hit back-to-back grand slams and then a third consecutive home ru
    on July 5, 2013     Source: Shelbyville Daily Union


  1. "I know I made some big strides from last year," Andrews said. "I lost the weight. I was able to prevail on a lot of plays as opposed to last year when I would be out of breath. I think I was more of a mauler this year."
    on Dec 19, 2006 By: Shawn Andrews Source: Wilkes Barre Times-Leader

  2. ...this is only speculation, Dave Meltzer believes the strange pairing could indicate a quick Kozlov/JBL break-up, allowing JBL to go to his home state of Texas at WrestleMania XXV as the babyface and face "The Moscow Mauler" with the...
    on Mar 11, 2009 By: Dave Meltzer Source:

  3. "The Eagles have a hole to fill in the center of their offensive line, and Pouncey can step in," writes Mel Kiper of ESPN. "He's not a mauler but is a cerebral, versatile talent who can play any of the three interior line positions. He's an...
    on Mar 19, 2010 By: Mel Kiper Jr Source: Philadelphia Inquirer

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