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Rogan & Burr Tell Old Boston Fight Stories

  • Жарияланды 2020 ж. 11 Мау.

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  • Common Sensei
    Common Sensei 2 жыл бұрын +5360

    Burr and his friends busting in and beating up the wrong party is the funniest story I've heard in a long time

    • Brian
      Brian Ай бұрын

      @Federico Eiriz fun at parties guy, over here

    • Parker Mudsen
      Parker Mudsen 7 ай бұрын

      ikr. I’m cracking just imagining the looks of horror and confusion on their faces. 😂

    • khronosfateless
      khronosfateless  Жыл бұрын

      John Trevolter Chill bro. It's funny.

    • Dechlan Uzabeaga
      Dechlan Uzabeaga  Жыл бұрын +1


    • Douglas
      Douglas  Жыл бұрын

      @StigmaShadow u va

  • Denise W
    Denise W  Жыл бұрын +397

    I love it when Bill Burr is relaxed and having fun. Warms my heart. Such a treat 😊

  • Rocco Bierman
    Rocco Bierman  Жыл бұрын +686

    "Tell the whole version"
    "No." Keeps telling his version without skipping a beat.
    That's so Boston it's sick.

  • XPNDBLhero
    XPNDBLhero 11 ай бұрын +119

    I grew up in Boston and as a kid I remember my mom walking my brother and I to a store and some people were arguing on the sidewalk about a half a block in front of us and somebody got shot right in the middle of the sidewalk and my mom just crossed the street and we just kept walking... It was an insane time but then I remember moving to PA and I got into a LOT of fights, then I realized that I was the one who was starting fights, I guess I brought the fighting mood w/ me from Boston. 🤣

    • ReEducated Ronin
      ReEducated Ronin 27 күн бұрын +1

      @Jeffrey Stark I went to Hendricks elementary in jackassville florida and me and my mama saw a man stark naked on pcp run straight thru a plate glass window. Lacerations all over. Even the dangling parts. Horrible atmosphere. We just kept walking

    • Wade Wilson
      Wade Wilson 2 ай бұрын

      Me: laughs in Cleveland, Oh.

    • ThisIS MyRealName
      ThisIS MyRealName 2 ай бұрын

      Difference back then most fights ended as fights, in other cities physical confrontations seem more likely to escalate to weapons etc so people aren't as ready to throw hands

    • Jeffrey Stark
      Jeffrey Stark 7 ай бұрын +3

      I went to PS236 in Brooklyn. My mom and I saw a guy get stabbed in the thigh during an altercation and we cut through the school parking lot and went on home. Never discussed it.

    • Knyne Skredd
      Knyne Skredd 10 ай бұрын


  • bradordylan
    bradordylan  Жыл бұрын +91

    I love coming back to watch JRE clips multiple times. Certain guys, like Burr, can always give me a laugh. Especially on stressful days. Great laughter therapy

  • Lauren Mitchell
    Lauren Mitchell 6 ай бұрын +24

    Nothing better than two people telling a totally relatable story and laughing their asses off. Love these two

    MELA-D GOAT 2 жыл бұрын +5738

    bill burr's storytelling is so vivid, i can literally picture everything he's saying, too funny.

    • Scotty K
      Scotty K 11 ай бұрын

      Sort of a ginger Boston unlce Joey

    • Equalist
      Equalist  Жыл бұрын

      Too vivid and fathomable ⬆️

    • Glynn Moonryhan
      Glynn Moonryhan  Жыл бұрын

      @Goncalo Amaral not so much of win!

    • bitchi mighbe
      bitchi mighbe  Жыл бұрын

      Right and hes so good at explaining the feelings you go through in the moment he explains it's so relatable then he throws in a bunch of funny things that you can picture from silly cartoons growing up and it gets you howling laughing as you picture the story he tells it's hilarious yo

    • topher1004
      topher1004  Жыл бұрын

      Because living in Boston that's how we are its Wierd

  • Alx J
    Alx J  Жыл бұрын +151

    I once saw a drunk girl talk mad shit to this guy unprovoked for like an hour, and eventually get slapped hard in the face by him. She ran crying and told her boyfriend, and his response was "well, what did you do?" Don't know if I've ever laughed so hard.

    • Jonah Mosher
      Jonah Mosher 21 күн бұрын

      So just because he was smart, he must be white? 😂

    • skateboston420
      skateboston420 Ай бұрын

      Me and my friends went to a party, I definitely have a few of these kind of stories lol, it was super chill, we started playing pool. There was this frail white girl with crutches, I'll never know what happened but this black gansta kid hit the girl over the head with a bottle and then him and a black girl started stomping her. A greater fight broke out and I remember people chasing those kids up the driveway and the get away car was a Mercedes. To this dai Idk where we were, who's house it was and I didn't know any one there. It sucks because it felt like Thee perfect party when we walked in, cute girls.

    • CaucasusHimmothy
      CaucasusHimmothy Ай бұрын

      @isaac skidmore if telling the truth means shitting on folks then🤷‍♂️

    • CaucasusHimmothy
      CaucasusHimmothy Ай бұрын

      @isaac skidmore if telling the truth means shitting on folks then🤷‍♂️

  • mahnu172002
    mahnu172002 2 жыл бұрын +610

    Omfg dude. That wrong party story made it worth all those years of classes I had to endure to learn to speak English.

    • Oleksandr Horskyi
      Oleksandr Horskyi  Жыл бұрын +2

      @Paulie Walnuts If we're talking international that's not really fair since English is far more popular than any of named languages

    • Paulie Walnuts
      Paulie Walnuts  Жыл бұрын +4

      @Oleksandr Horskyi name one spanish, german, japanese or Russian comedian.

    • Oleksandr Horskyi
      Oleksandr Horskyi  Жыл бұрын +1

      @Paulie Walnuts I'd say Bill and comedy...AND he speaks English so yea

    • Paulie Walnuts
      Paulie Walnuts  Жыл бұрын +3

      hell yea, comedy and English go together perfect

    • BoostedB18B1
      BoostedB18B1  Жыл бұрын +24

      thats fucking awesome buddy

  • Quid Pro Quo
    Quid Pro Quo 2 жыл бұрын +37

    The biggest brawl that I've ever been in the middle of happened right outside of Boston at a club called Vincent's. It was January of 1990 at one of their under 21 nights. There were 300 ppl inside and like 350 ppl outside. It was so crazy that 4 police departments from surrounding towns as well as the state police showed up.

    • Bob L
      Bob L 8 күн бұрын +2

      Randolph next to Lantana. State police barracks in blue hills were called in. My hs Buddy worked as a doorman there. Saw Bill Buckner let the ground ball through in 86 WS there

  • Phil4986
    Phil4986 11 ай бұрын +12

    Watching Bill Burr reliving his young days was awesome. Just a crazy time to be young and just finding trouble and brotherhood every night. Family on the streets.Very cool.

  • WickedestVoodoo
    WickedestVoodoo 9 ай бұрын +19

    I can relate to the stories and I can relate to Bill's position. I grew up on the outskirts of St. Louis. Middle school up was basically gladiator camp. It wasn't a couple fights a year like a lot of people I met later would say about their schools. It wasn't a fight per week or just one per day. It was multiple fights in multiple parts of the school between every single period. Kids getting hauled off in ambulances. I saw a kid blast a kid point blank in the side of the head with a brick and proceeded to pound him while he twitched on the ground. I had around 5 fights in that 7 year period and I was the anomaly. I was the one who ducked fights. I was the easy mark that nobody took advantage of. Meanwhile my friends were full on savages. We were almost in the country but sort of close to the suburbs. I remember when we would run into people at the mall and they found out what school we went to we just had an automatic pass. Mind you, I thought all of this was normal until my late 20s that I learned that fights were much more rare most other places. To this day I have PTSD from that. People around me now think I am war ready and I am not. I am actually afraid to fight. If you see me, I have definitely seen you. I analyze everyone as a threat first even as I smile in their face. As they smile at mine I am thinking of ways this can go sideways. It was drilled into me that beatings are just a bad choice of words away. And country boys and girls can fight.

    • WickedestVoodoo
      WickedestVoodoo 11 күн бұрын

      @check1240 Jeffco. Grew up in High Ridge and went to Northwest. There wasn't a lot of crossover between North County and Jeffco. So I have no idea what your situation was like. However, if it were the 70s through the 90s, it was probably the same but demographically different. I have friends from South County that have pretty much the same story as me so it wouldn't surprise me if the infamous North County was just about the same.

    • check1240
      check1240 12 күн бұрын

      Where were you LoL? I am from STL county area.

  • Liam’s channel
    Liam’s channel 2 жыл бұрын +2606

    Absolutely dead at Bill Burr when he says “this guy brought equipment!?”😂😂😂😂

    • 2020 WorkFlow
      2020 WorkFlow 7 ай бұрын


      ARTOROBOTO {TV}  Жыл бұрын +3

      I fucking love bill burr man his Boston stories are the fucking greatest 😂😂

    • firstname lastname
      firstname lastname 2 жыл бұрын +17

      *puts on mouthguard*
      "We're all soldiers now."

    • Neyonius
      Neyonius 2 жыл бұрын +38

      There's two kinda people you don't wanna fight, the guy that asks if you're sure while completely calm, and the guy that carries a mouth guard.

  • Chris Bolduc Rowan
    Chris Bolduc Rowan 11 ай бұрын +31

    This brings back so many memories. I grew up in Boston and back in the 90’s it was madness. The mass melees were insane. The craziest fights I was in were actually at Tufts parties. Locals from Medford or Somerville would often crash them. Those fights were absolute madness. I can’t believe I lived through that. Haha.

    • Edward Tasi
      Edward Tasi 13 күн бұрын

      I am 4 yrs older than Bill,We both went to Canton High School and his father was my dentist Iam happy he made it!!

    • Scott D
      Scott D 5 ай бұрын +1

      @Chris Bolduc Rowan Brown School and Kennedy School here. Great times back in the days.

    • Scott D
      Scott D 5 ай бұрын

      hahaha I was probably one of those somerville kids ahah

    • Chris Bolduc Rowan
      Chris Bolduc Rowan 7 ай бұрын +2

      @MuckoMan I was bon and raised in Somerville as well. Went to the Carr school, then Cummings, then Powder House. I lived mostly just outside of Teele Sq. Yeah, some crazy shit went on before it got all "hippie chic".

    • MuckoMan
      MuckoMan 7 ай бұрын +10

      Same here. I grew up in Somerville in the 80's. There was always a fight going on. I still can't relax to this day. I always have my back to the wall at a bar and always feel out the place for a brawl that never happens anymore. My wife and kid say how do you go from 1 to 100 instantly no matter what time of day it is. I tell them sorry but that is what you needed to survive growing up where I did.

  • Frank Palace
    Frank Palace 12 күн бұрын

    Your stories brought back some wild junior high and high school party fights memories! And, all the strange I got at different school parties we crashed as well! Thanks for the laughs!

  • Ben Ellnor
    Ben Ellnor  Жыл бұрын +93

    Joe seriously has one of the most contagious laughs I’ve ever heard

    • Carlinhood
      Carlinhood 11 ай бұрын +3

      Lmfao it's like a low key smokers laugh!!
      Like an old man or something 🤣🤣

    • Joe Hesse
      Joe Hesse  Жыл бұрын +4

      Ok first of all don’t touch me. 🤣🤣🤣

  • tensegritywill
    tensegritywill 2 жыл бұрын +28

    Bill has such a clear storytelling style. Excellent.

    • Rob Banks
      Rob Banks 2 ай бұрын

      I agree. A random thought, though, is that we don't know the full story, so every story he tells seems complete and coherent

  • Paije Peri
    Paije Peri  Жыл бұрын +337

    “Boston is a particularly fighty place.” Dude it’s full of Irish. That’s a stereotype for a reason.

    • CrackWarrior
      CrackWarrior 2 ай бұрын

      @Art Seosamh Ó'Gríobhta have been mate, Newcastle West is probably the worst place I've ever been to haha

    • Art Seosamh Ó'Gríobhta
      Art Seosamh Ó'Gríobhta 2 ай бұрын

      @CrackWarrior Go to limerick.

    • JSV
      JSV 3 ай бұрын

      @username It's literally _every one_ of those things. You are apparently unrefined and uneducated.

  • Algiz
    Algiz 2 жыл бұрын +4055

    - Tell the whole version.
    - No.
    One of the most Boston pieces of dialogue ever uttered.

    • Phil Dyer
      Phil Dyer 7 ай бұрын +4

      Reminds me of so many Boston stories.
      " I think boston is a particularly fighty place"
      A good friend of mine was banned from China town after a fight. He went home after getting jumped and then went home to get a screwdriver and went back and stabbed one of the attackers. He couldn't understand why he was in trouble....we were like Brian, if you leave the fight and go home to get a screwdriver and go back it's not self defense anymore. Lol

    • Nikola Tesla
      Nikola Tesla 9 ай бұрын +1


    • ODIN Force
      ODIN Force 11 ай бұрын +4

      Everything is bigger in Texas, but drunker in Boston.

    • Mow Vu
      Mow Vu 11 ай бұрын

      i thought this exchange was due to Joe's admiration of a more successful comedian lol. did not know bostonians were this way.

  • Dion St. Michael
    Dion St. Michael  Жыл бұрын +12

    So funny. I can just picture Joe, an MMA fighter, just trying to get the heck outta dodge like a good guy when the fight breaks out. Isn’t that the way it always is? I can totally picture it. Lol. Great story. I’ve got a buddy that’s like that. Grew up and had a reputation but quickly grew out of it. One of the toughest MF’s in our town and yet one of the nicest, quietest guys you’d ever meet. Never bothered anyone. But was constantly getting tested because of his past. Told me of the time him and another guy who was also considered one of our towns tough guys got into it one night out at the bar. And being that they were both well known by the town cops none of them wanted any part of breaking it up so instead they just simply barricaded off each end of the short street beside the bar that the fight started on and let em go at it till they both tired each other out. They ended up calling it a draw and wound up being the best of friends shortly after all the wounds healed. Lol. Good times.

  • Marcus Grimes
    Marcus Grimes 4 ай бұрын +3

    I can totally relate to what bill was saying about the turning point when it went from innocent fights with bumps and bruises, to really heavy, serious fights with lifelong consequences.

  • Fin Gerbang
    Fin Gerbang  Жыл бұрын +24

    I'm 41 and still bouncing after 15 years. I can concur that you can feel the energy when the stuff's about to go down. No joke there.

  • CroulantRoulant
    CroulantRoulant 2 жыл бұрын +8

    Good advice from Bill at the beginning. When I was 18 or so, I was standing too close to a big fight involving maybe 10 guys and all of sudden I got punched for no reason, and fell straight to the ground. I had just seen a guy get stomped so I got up as fast as I could, and ran away whithout looking back. That was the end of it but it could have ended a lot worse and I learned my lesson: "It's like a tornado".

  • Deep G
    Deep G  Жыл бұрын +5

    I related with Bill so much on this one. I grew up in L.A. and I had some very basic training in kickboxing but I really wasn't a fighter. I knew enough to know my own limits. But my friends were always getting into some shit and I felt like I had to back them up since they're my friends. I always hated getting involved in those kinds of fights that I had nothing to do with. I'm more like Joe today. If I see a fight breaking out that I'm not not involved in, I'm looking for the exits.

  • Ki
    Ki 2 жыл бұрын +3668

    "We were getting shitfaced."
    "They were selling blow there."
    "He was on PCP."
    *literally 25 seconds later*
    "I wonder why Boston is such a rough place."

    • LabTech
      LabTech 17 күн бұрын

      @da420 wizard What part of Boston are you from?

    • da420 wizard
      da420 wizard 17 күн бұрын

      @LabTech Boston isn’t that crazy lol

    • David Hopkins
      David Hopkins 10 ай бұрын

      We get a bad wrap here…. We’re nice people.😁. WICKED NICE.

  • MagicS55
    MagicS55 2 жыл бұрын +8

    Thanks Bill for making me laugh my ass off until I cried! The stories man! Thank you!

  • Dancindited for years
    Dancindited for years  Жыл бұрын +13

    It's great hearing Boston stories as I lived outside of Boston but went there all the time as the suburbs were boring. Saw most of the best fighting in the Garden. I loved when Lyndon Byers played for the Bruins.

    • Harry Kadaras
      Harry Kadaras Күн бұрын

      @ThisIS MyRealName when the WWWF came to the Garden, it was fight night... I saw a full 30-man brawl pop off in the bathroom! It was a fight for survival just to make it out of there!

    • ThisIS MyRealName
      ThisIS MyRealName 2 ай бұрын +1

      Celtics games at the Garden as a kid in the 80s was amazing, fights everywhere, I cant even imagine what Bruins games must have been like

  • Devin
    Devin  Жыл бұрын +4

    I could sit and listen to these two tell stories for hours. Thanks guys

  • Kshitij Bhosale
    Kshitij Bhosale 2 жыл бұрын +7

    Bill's storytelling is so great 😂😂

  • TheGalwayjoyce
    TheGalwayjoyce 2 жыл бұрын +1084

    I’m from Boston.
    Absolutely nothing has changed.
    People here don’t use guns-they throw their hands, and no one calls the cops.

    • Bob L
      Bob L 8 күн бұрын

      Except in Dorchester

    • Matty Matt
      Matty Matt 25 күн бұрын

      @John Sears lol! Ya. Every year a few college students rent in the ghetto in boston for the cheaper rent. They don't seem to think there is a ghetto, cause it's boston. Then they find out very quickly just how much gun violence there is. Those are gun carrying neighborhoods. These people don't feel safe there without a gun. They have parks named after little kids who took stray bullets. Those neighborhoods are the real deal. Dorchester, Roxbury, and mattapan. A few other places, but those are the main ones.

    • John Sears
      John Sears 25 күн бұрын

      @Matty Matt Roxbury dorchester lived there for a semester every night I’d get a notification from my crime watch app ‘man armed with gun’ or ‘man injured in gunfight’ or ‘shots fired’ all within a block of me

    • Nat Urquhart
      Nat Urquhart 7 ай бұрын +1

      Is Joe Rogan from the 'mean streets ' of Newton? I lived in Boston for 6 years in the 90s, only ever saw one fight the whole time I was there and it was frankly embarrassing

  • Dimitri Caras
    Dimitri Caras 2 ай бұрын +31

    Bill burr is an amazing story teller

  • Divine Light Fitness 💡
    Divine Light Fitness 💡 6 ай бұрын +1

    Got to love stories from my hometown. Growing up in Beantown was not easy in the 80s and 90s but Bill Bur makes these stories so hilarious.

  • Michael Farrow
    Michael Farrow 10 ай бұрын +5

    My mum grew up pretty rough in London but there was always supposed to be lines you didn't cross. However, when you went further away, it was a free-for-all. So while fist fights were normal where she lived, they'd bite off noses and ears further out. She ended up working in a famous pub out in ear-biting territory. It was so violent, the bouncers were like undercover cops and would sit at the end of the bar in street clothes. When it'd go off, they had a hidden stash of pickaxe handles to fight the customers with.
    It's not a different era, it's like a different planet.

  • Joseph Ramone
    Joseph Ramone 8 ай бұрын +5

    If I were to recall and tell stories about all the brawls I witnessed, and was part of, when I was growing up in Jersey during the 70s and 80s it would take an hour, or more, to do the stories any justice. As Burr and Rogan said, when you get a lot of people drunk and high on drugs in over populated industrial cities, the probability of brawling goes up exponentially.

  • Tigs
    Tigs Ай бұрын +1

    Could watch these 2 forever. They have this special chemistry. Burr is FAF!

  • Matthew Rogers
    Matthew Rogers 2 жыл бұрын +1328

    Similar to Joe’s story about the girl getting punched - I witnessed a girl get slammed in the face by a drunk dude while I bartending, and the bar became a WWF free-for-all. I’d never seen anything like it. The funniest move I’ve ever seen in a fight happened, too, when a guy went out onto the bar patio, grabbed one of those massive 6 ft. tall space heaters, held it like a battering ram and jousted his way through the hoard. It was so f’n entertaining that I poured myself a beer, sat on the counter next to the register and watched it as if I were watching a heavyweight tile match on television. To this day, I’ve never seen a bar fight that insane. If Dalton and Wade Garret showed up, I wouldn’t have even been surprised.

    • dukegreened
      dukegreened 6 ай бұрын


    • goalie2998
      goalie2998 6 ай бұрын

      @7eddii that sounds like a Friday afternoon at brockton high.

    • Potatocakes
      Potatocakes 7 ай бұрын +2

      I’ve got some good bar stories too, I used to sling drinks. Some drunk dude punched one of my waitress in the face. I saw it yelled back to the kitchen “Kylie got punched guy’s, let’s go!” Our whole kitchen poured out and started a gigantic WWF match. I sat back and watch this guy get pummeled.

    • steve schmidt
      steve schmidt 8 ай бұрын

      lmmmfao! bro right after i read. The funniest move ive ever seen in a fight happened too. idk why but i just started dying fucking laughing.

    • Viktor Silva
      Viktor Silva 9 ай бұрын

      DUDE 😂😂😂😂

  • Daniel Galvez
    Daniel Galvez 2 жыл бұрын +45

    Bill Burr: “I cannot slip a punch - I am too slow.”
    Me after watching the Mandalorian: “But you sure can slip a quick shot in, huh?!”

    • *Shrek*
      *Shrek* Ай бұрын

      leave the comedy to bill daniel, 😂

    • Arcanecide
      Arcanecide  Жыл бұрын

      Well yeah, when it's scripted

  • Manuel E. Itriago M.
    Manuel E. Itriago M.  Жыл бұрын

    Bill is such a great story teller

  • D.B.
    D.B. 29 күн бұрын

    Some people have such great chemistry, love it.

  • Sokratis Dalakas
    Sokratis Dalakas  Жыл бұрын

    Bill Burr is such a great storyteller

  • Daredevil's Eyes
    Daredevil's Eyes  Жыл бұрын +18

    Funny when Joe said, "Wow this guy's trained" I feel like I'm the same way, I've done wrestling, boxing and muay thai since I was 16 and stopped 2 years ago at age 34. But every time I see a fight now or see someone get hit I'm like wow great technique or I'm like damn they can't throw that good lol!!!

  • Sam Allardyce
    Sam Allardyce 2 жыл бұрын +1313

    imagine being jumped for playing monopoly with your nerd friends 😂😂😂😭

    • Duncan penderhughes
      Duncan penderhughes 2 ай бұрын

      This story is so funny

    • Eazyridin 72
      Eazyridin 72 2 ай бұрын

      I bet you they had the radio playing because they didn’t hear a whole party coming upstairs raising hell I bet you none of them have ever listened to a radio with company over or maybe just don’t answer the door if your radio is playing 🤷🏻‍♂️

    • warhearts92
      warhearts92 2 жыл бұрын +1

      Risk maybe

    • Carl Johnson
      Carl Johnson 2 жыл бұрын +5

      If I had to guess what game would cause a brawl, it would probably be monopoly

  • Shawn Whalen
    Shawn Whalen 5 ай бұрын

    Luv it! The good ol' days! Just imagine sitting around a bar talking and listening to the stories.

  • The Q's
    The Q's 6 ай бұрын

    I laughed loud AF at work 🤣 after he said, we asked him, why didn't you throw the other arm because I wanted to get this arm lick back 🤣🤣🤣🤣 this had me in tears laughing and writing my comment 😂

  • Philthy Tanks
    Philthy Tanks 7 ай бұрын +2

    This exact kinda thing happened to me n my friends in highschool, we used to show up to anything we heard was a party and a lot of bad stupid shit happened. Tho on the bright side there were multiple times I beat the shit out of people who were trying to fight the person whose house it was. So I may have caused some initial chaos, but by the end of my partying career I multiple times beat the hell out of trouble makers 😂

  • Serenity Now
    Serenity Now  Жыл бұрын

    Great stories man , I could listen to you for hours , hilarious !!!.

  • Tuber B GD
    Tuber B GD 2 жыл бұрын +3

    As a retired bar owner the 3 largest patrons, shortest one was 6' 5'' were our security, they drank and ate no charge , still friends to this day...crazy & wild memories

  • Whoopity Scoop
    Whoopity Scoop 2 жыл бұрын +1097

    I love how Bill Burr can admit he’s not a fighter and still be considered a “mans man”.

    • Chris Bolduc Rowan
      Chris Bolduc Rowan 11 ай бұрын +2

      Growing up in that myself, you didn’t need to be good at fighting. You just needed to back up your friends and give it your all. I liked that about the culture. If you were a “good kid”, which meant you didn’t start shit with anyone, people would stand up for you too. That saved me as a younger kid. I hated violence. I was a very scared kid. My tougher friends really watched out for me.

    • happymess
      happymess  Жыл бұрын

      mess around, he's probably a 10th degree blackbelt.

    • Sumbody 69
      Sumbody 69  Жыл бұрын +2

      Nothing on the man card that says you have to fight people or even win a fight so your argument is invalid.

    • regreting
      regreting  Жыл бұрын +2

      @Whoopity Scoop he’s saying you can fight as dirty as you want in a street fight while there’s rules for mma and boxing, so don’t underestimate somebody because they might pull every dirty trick and advantage they can get

  • Randos Welcome Podcast Channel
    Randos Welcome Podcast Channel 2 жыл бұрын

    I could listen to Bill Burr tell stories all day

  • Hylash
    Hylash 5 күн бұрын

    You can tell Joe really has a martial artists mentality when his first thought after seeing a girl get punched was to be impressed by the guy's form 😂

  • Krishmanyu Thakur
    Krishmanyu Thakur  Жыл бұрын +1

    This is my favorite jre clip lol. Love hearing these stories 😂😂

  • jack rosado
    jack rosado  Жыл бұрын +1

    I picture bill burrs stories like they do it in drunk history and it really brings it home to me

  • zew 1⚡⚡
    zew 1⚡⚡ 4 ай бұрын +4

    A few of us went to see this hardcore band in Boston around 1995/96, we got in and then not even a minute into the first song...a guy got thrown out of a window! I've been hooked on that band ever since.💪✌️

    • ThisIS MyRealName
      ThisIS MyRealName Ай бұрын +1

      Don't leave a fellow 90s boston hardcore fan hanging, what band and what club?

    • SexHaver420
      SexHaver420 2 ай бұрын

      What band?

  • BrotherTrucker
    BrotherTrucker 2 жыл бұрын +1492

    I very much enjoyed the storytelling of “First of all, don’t touch me.”

  • Kyle Kimber
    Kyle Kimber Ай бұрын +1

    "I wanted this hand it get its revenge" is the best thing I've heard in a while.

  • Lonely Mountain Band
    Lonely Mountain Band 4 ай бұрын +1

    Pubs in 1980s - 1990s - a different world! I was a bouncer in 1990s at Finnegans Pub in Huntington NY. Joe is right you can smell the nights when a fight is going to break out. I got lucky, most of my nights were calm. One Thanksgiving Eve we were gonna be short-handed & my boss asked me if I knew any "tough" but "level-headed' guys that could fill in and help for that one night when there is a higher chance of things getting crazy. At one point I heard a table fall over somewhere in the the pub and then it was suddenly a tornado of bodies, chairs and tables. When the dust settled, my poor buddy who just happened to be there for that one night was the only bouncer to get clocked in the face. Bad luck! After about 6 months I quickly realized that bouncing was definitely not worth the risk involved.

  • Darling137
    Darling137  Жыл бұрын

    I'm a year younger than Bill and I saw some of that mentality from the Boston kids when I went to visit my brother at UMass Amherst. Grew up 1/2 hour north of Boston and in our little towns, every once in a while two guys would go at it or we'd get into with the kids from the next town over (Newburyport), but like Joe says, some guys would just go out to start a fight.
    Only visited a few times but saw a few brawls and heard about many more from my brother. Looking down from Patterson Hall into the parking lot of the Southwest hi-rise was like being on safari. You'd look out the window at 1am and see two drunks just go at it, run out of gas and hanging onto each other as campus 2.5's showed up.

  • Vincent Carrion
    Vincent Carrion  Жыл бұрын +1

    This whole episode is like drinking a beer with your dad and him telling the stories you've never heard

  • Jake Risi Films
    Jake Risi Films 2 ай бұрын +5

    The Mike Milbury loafer joke was appreciated by hockey fans 😂

  • Joshua Carton
    Joshua Carton 2 жыл бұрын +806

    This the most enjoyable podcast for ages. Just great stories.

    • KnoKnives
      KnoKnives 2 жыл бұрын +10

      Everyone between the age of 30-60 in Boston has a million stories like this😂 I’m from here and my dad and all his friends have countless stories identical to these

    • Ricky Garza
      Ricky Garza 2 жыл бұрын +11

      Hell yeah. I loved every second of this podcast! I could listen to them two all day!

  • marmitey84
    marmitey84 2 жыл бұрын +6

    One of the funniest things I’ve seen. Wife actually gave out to me I was laughing so much.

  • Chris Home Vids
    Chris Home Vids 2 жыл бұрын +1

    I never heard of anyone who lost a finger in a fight until now. A friend's dad talked with a lisp, and one day his friends told us he had had half of his tongue bitten out in a fight as a teen. It became like a legend. I don't really know how that happened... during some vicious wrestling going on I suppose?

  • Swampster70
    Swampster70 3 ай бұрын +89

    I love how how Bill says he wasn't of age at 20 but yet I was getting in bars in England back in the 80's at 14 (legal age was 16) and we had to deal with the feisty drunken bastards on a Friday night after payday.

    • A Reservoir Dog
      A Reservoir Dog Ай бұрын

      @Luther Morgan My best friend is English and from a very rural area in the midlands (not that he'd tell you that, no brit admits to being a 'midlander') he was getting into pubs at 16

    • BeatsByGoldie
      BeatsByGoldie Ай бұрын

      @Luther Morgan from what I can tell it’s harder to get into pubs now when ur under 18 in the uk but it still happens. I went once or twice at 18

    • Just a Dutchman
      Just a Dutchman Ай бұрын

      Same here. Amsterdam in the 80’s. Definitely sign of the time. I remember as a 15 yr old when going to a club/bardancing with my buddies suddenly this big fight erupted infront of me out of nowhere. And let me tell you those thich oak wooden bar stools didn’t chatter like in movies. They were made to last forever. 😂🤣

    • Ji Zim
      Ji Zim Ай бұрын +1

      I grew up in Las Vegas 1980's and was gambling and drinking all over the strip and Fremont Street age 15. It helped that I was 6'3", but if we got ID we'd just say we left it in the motel room and go next door. Nowadays I hear they can and do arrest kids for the same stuff we used to get away with ALL the time. I miss the 80's.😁

    • Unvaccinated
      Unvaccinated 2 ай бұрын

      @Training Day I only see one comment from me in this thread and it's not a troll

  • Redfang
    Redfang 2 жыл бұрын +2

    My dad and my uncles have a ton of stories like this. My dad has to get plastic surgery on his lip from where he got smacked and slashed with a beer bottle. He said him and his bro, my uncle Doug were the guys everyone brought to a fight or brawl. They were body builders at the time.

  • SABU Hellwert
    SABU Hellwert 11 ай бұрын

    I remember going to The Philadelphia Phillies opening day in 1993 and I had not been to an opening day since Pete Rose was on the team. I was actually in the nose bleeds because my girlfriend got the tickets and I could see 11 or 12 fights going on at the same time. I’m looking down at the box seats and some giant dude picks up a guy and throws him into a railing like it’s ECW and we both agreed to get the hell out of there. But on the same token I’ve been to hundreds of games in Philadelphia where nothing at all happens. Back when you would miss an entire quarter if you had to use the bathroom at an Eagles game and there’s people pissing in the sink! Yes as much as I miss the old spectrum and vet it’s a beautiful place now…….

  • HuntSmokesBlunts
    HuntSmokesBlunts 2 жыл бұрын +854

    “The arm wanted revenge” just had me cry laughing for 5 minutes

    • Ri Leavh
      Ri Leavh 3 ай бұрын

      Took me out

    • Apathetic Display
      Apathetic Display 7 ай бұрын +3

      @ken donaldson Ever heard of "punctuation?" No? You should try it you might like it smh.

    • ken donaldson
      ken donaldson 10 ай бұрын

      very funny stuff only fight was 2 punches to my torso then a right cross miss in slo motion i saw his face i was so freaked i thought i better hit him he tried to hit me in the face i wind up telegraph a punch to face my had was swollen and in pain weeks i think i broke a bone a month later his friend cameup to me said he just got outof hospital i broke his eye socket i felt bad but i had 3 hot girls in my car after he hit me i was going to hit him i was in great shape 6 foot 180 pounds i put 18 pallets of fruit away every day 2000 boxes stacked up rotated in cooler boxes from 20-80 pounds stacked to 7 feet i did this for 2 years but i was new only did for 8 months before he hit me in the stomach i did not feel it i stood straight leaned back the punch went in front of my face then i saw his face in front of me i thought i better hit him he tried to hit me in the face so i wind up hit him hard in the face he went to his knees holding hois face

  • AK
    AK 2 жыл бұрын +1

    Thank you joe. You lighten my days, even the bad ones

  • Uncle KB MOW
    Uncle KB MOW 2 жыл бұрын +1

    I love the way Bill Burr tells stories

  • patrick y
    patrick y 5 ай бұрын

    This was too short!! I can listening to this all day.Growing up in the Bronx in the 70s and 80s.Elementary and Junior HS had the most fights.I remember the traveling fights where a fight would start on one block and end up up like 3 blocks away.Everyday you had to be prepared for a fight.There was some real crazy kids at school.

  • Aaron Ko
    Aaron Ko 6 ай бұрын +1

    I went to Terry O’Reilly’s hockey camp in the late 60’s. He was a complete badass! But in camp with the kids, he was the kindest coach!

  • B. Fett Gun Shorts
    B. Fett Gun Shorts 2 жыл бұрын +1

    I watched a group of teenagers start a fight at a county fair while I was on the ferris wheel. It ended up being a huge fight with over 100 people involved. Happened in Winston Salem N.C. i just remember the whole crowd moving as they fought. Unique perspective..

  • SubCspartan
    SubCspartan 2 жыл бұрын +88

    Wow , this really brings back memories. These guys are so spot on with the vibe of that era. I was born in Boston in the late 50's and still live in MA today. The fight mentality they describe was very real in the 70's and 80's. Joe said,"You could feel it in the air". Like how animals can sense an earthquake before it happens. You had to live here to really experience that. I was a cop for 25 yrs and dealt with some intense bar room brawls or "donnybrooks" over the years. I've ridden my motorcycle around the country and have been to many biker bars and have seen some "quarrels" but they don't compare to the insanity of Massachusetts back then. Don't get me wrong this is still a very violent country, but how they describe these times is an era gone by.

    • SexHaver420
      SexHaver420 2 ай бұрын

      @Daryll Ndemmayah nah, they just use guns or have people arrested for defending themselves in a fist fight nowadays. Kinda forced to bottle it all up until people get ended instead of injured, or at least take that risk. Even without weapons and legal charges, the mental health treatment out there for throwing a punch can mess people up for life.

    • Daryll Ndemmayah
      Daryll Ndemmayah  Жыл бұрын

      Hopefully it means things are getting better

  • Erich Hitchcock
    Erich Hitchcock 11 ай бұрын +2

    I lived in Boston from 1989 to 2001. I was so lucky to have hung out/worked in the "old Kenmore," I worked at the Store 24 and Au Bon Pain in 1991. The "Rat" was a great hangout. Mr. Butch was the "Mayor of Kenmore," RIP Butch. I was living on Commonwealth Ave., and then Mission Hill (Calumet St.)., with art students and punks. Man, those were the days. I lived with a girlfriend in Dorchester after that (her father had fought Rocky Marciano). I started doing stand-up comedy in 1998 at Nick's. I wish I had taken it seriously at the time, but I think it was in the cards for me to leave there and go back to where I was from. I'm thinking of starting a comedy channel now, IDK. I agree with Joe on the "savage children of immigrants" thing. People I met in Boston, who were the locals (NOT the student population), were a rare breed. Field's Corner is no longer Field's Corner, I witnessed some of it's true last days. Hanging out at Layden's, going to breakfast at Girrard's the next morning. What a city!

  • incaseofire
    incaseofire  Жыл бұрын

    I could watch people make Joe laugh like that all day

  • David Bridges
    David Bridges 2 ай бұрын

    I ended up out in Boston in 1999 with a group who had took me under their wings at a sporting event. It was a quality night of madness. Very like Glasgow in its crazy drinking and drugs vibe. I made it back to the hotel eventually but slept in a garden area completely fucked up

  • Kristinadk
    Kristinadk 7 ай бұрын +1

    This was so enjoyable to watch, LOL you two Rock 🍻

  • Stav Borochov
    Stav Borochov  Жыл бұрын +5

    This is one of the greatest moments in the podcasts history

  • Taylor Libby
    Taylor Libby 2 жыл бұрын +736

    "Boston is a fighty place"-I was in a Boston supermarket picking out produce and an old woman just randomly started ramming her cart into me to get me to move. I had been standing there for less than 3 seconds. People in Boston will fight you over anything. God holds the Irish close to his heart.😂🤣😂🤣😂

      (aiya)EMOTIONAL DAMAGE 11 ай бұрын

      Did you back hand her?

    • Colm Maguire
      Colm Maguire  Жыл бұрын

      I'm irish born here been to Boston aswell and its very similar to Dublin or Cork its a very irish city in every way.

    • Irelands own
      Irelands own 2 жыл бұрын

      @GeMeu spanish 🤔😂

    • Luka
      Luka 2 жыл бұрын

      @GeMeu You're American lmao

    • Andrew McD
      Andrew McD 2 жыл бұрын

      Eric Matthews johnnies 😂😂 forgotten era of Charlestown now its a Whole Foods

  • The Stranger
    The Stranger  Жыл бұрын

    That was a great video, both their stories played out so vividly lol, you know they both aren’t bullshitters either. Awesome.

  • Chris Smith
    Chris Smith 9 ай бұрын +1

    Burr is a MASTER storyteller.

  • Dale D
    Dale D 2 жыл бұрын

    Great story telling Bill. Funny

  • Jay G
    Jay G  Жыл бұрын

    That party story that burr told completely went over rogans head. 😂😂😂

  • Melburn Craig
    Melburn Craig 2 ай бұрын

    I was in the Air Force as young man, and BY FAR the guys who got into the most fights (caused more trouble) were upper east coast! They were also some of the toughest!

  • mboiko
    mboiko 2 жыл бұрын +99

    As a New Yorker who moved to the Boston area back then...Joe and Bill are 100% correct, wild days!

  • Corrupt Minds
    Corrupt Minds 2 жыл бұрын +1

    I love Bills honesty, exactly what makes him funny. Saying shit others won't

  • CiniRice
    CiniRice 7 ай бұрын +1

    “Wow this guys trained” and “I wanted this hand to get its revenge” are probably the best quotes in this video lmao

  • Sign language
    Sign language  Жыл бұрын

    Joe’s awesome he’s open to everyone on his show

  • Chris Gabert
    Chris Gabert 2 жыл бұрын +1

    Bill Burr could describe a trip to the DMV and I'd be thoroughly entertained.

  • mikes bikes
    mikes bikes 20 күн бұрын

    I was a teenager in the late 70s, growing up in East L.A.
    Bill brought back memories of fights, drug use, and parties every weekend. Fun, but dangerous times. 🤪

  • RK23
    RK23 2 жыл бұрын +6885

    17 year old Joe rogan sees girl get punched in the face
    "OHHH beautiful right hand!! She's hurt Mike!!

    • Carlinhood
      Carlinhood 11 ай бұрын

      OHH THERE IT IS! IT IS ALL OVER!!!! 🤣🤣🤣🤣

    • Carlinhood
      Carlinhood 11 ай бұрын

      LMFAO 🤣🤣🤣🤣

    • MrShawnjunglehead
      MrShawnjunglehead  Жыл бұрын +1


    • l dsbs kg ag tbsmtnc
      l dsbs kg ag tbsmtnc  Жыл бұрын

      It's messing with her timing and confidence

    • Damien Smith
      Damien Smith  Жыл бұрын

      This is that goood shit. Thank you

  • Rashad Bell
    Rashad Bell 4 ай бұрын

    This hand had to get its revenge part took me out 😂😂😂

  • mazdamike
    mazdamike  Жыл бұрын

    I could listen to these guys talk all day.👍🏽👍🏽

  • Donquixote Trollflamingo
    Donquixote Trollflamingo 2 ай бұрын +1

    "When I talk to friends that grew up in other places, they didn't have the same amount of fight stories."
    I grew up in Ky, right in the area it touches Ohio and West Virginia, and when I was growing up all we did was get buzzed, get laid, and get into fights. I remember when I first moved to Florida in I think '06 when I would go out to bars everyone would always ask me where I was from, I guess I have an accent but not an Appalachian accent. When I'd tell them I was from Ky they'd often ask what we did for fun there, my answer was always the same, "Get f*cked up, fist fight, and f*ck. Which one you wanna do?"

  • Joshua Dowling
    Joshua Dowling  Жыл бұрын

    Haha. Every good story starts with " Me and my buddy's in high school ". They were all genuine.

  • ThisIS MyRealName
    ThisIS MyRealName Ай бұрын

    10:10 is the funniest most accurate summation of the Boston fighting mentality

  • Magucci13
    Magucci13 2 жыл бұрын +674

    "He made part of his body like a karate movie, he had to avenge his shoulders death"😂😂😂

    • J M
      J M 2 жыл бұрын +1


  • Jo Momma
    Jo Momma 10 ай бұрын +2

    I graduated from Marshfield (a good suburb). Drinking age was 18 then. I'm Italian and dated a Irish girl whose father was connected. He hated me. Boston was a very racial devided place back then. I spent almost every weekend driving my father's pickup with three, sometimes four across looking for parties and it almost always ended with my friends and I getting in a fight or two.

  • George Xanthopoulos
    George Xanthopoulos  Жыл бұрын

    I could listen to them telling fight stories for weeks lol

  • bubba gump
    bubba gump 5 ай бұрын

    Joe cracks me up. Just whispers "Tell the whole version"

  • Benjamin Letiecq
    Benjamin Letiecq 3 ай бұрын +70

    I'm from Boston and I will say, Bostonians are just built different. The community is full of characters like Bill describes. The culture of Boston just breeds a certain type of person 😂

    • Rick Joyce
      Rick Joyce Ай бұрын

      This can be said about any city, town or neighborhood. Bostonians crave attention for literally everything that happens there.. Fun town for sure, though.

    • Nepopois
      Nepopois Ай бұрын

      @pp That was a good one.

    • ΒΞΔΝ
      ΒΞΔΝ Ай бұрын

      @Dylan O'Leary Chelsea was declared part of Boston officially in 1991.

    • Dylan O'Leary
      Dylan O'Leary Ай бұрын

      @ΒΞΔΝ Chelsea ain’t part of Boston and neither is Cambridge lol. Idk why it matters that it’s next to it…

    • ΒΞΔΝ
      ΒΞΔΝ Ай бұрын

      @Dylan O'Leary Chelsea is part of Boston tho...it is right next to East Boston and Cambridge