Go back to the beginning when Australia was just an island in the middle of the ocean. The place where all the other animals sent the outcast. Here the animals learned to live in harmony not hurting a soul. Then...The British. Sending their criminals and outcasts Australia soon became a rougher place.
One day a father Kangaroo crossed paths with a boxing Brit who decided he’d had enough of the mutant looking bunny rabbits. Watching as his dad was boxed down a young roo decided it was all up to him to learn to box and take down the British empire. This may just be the plot to Creed….
What does that have to do with this episode? Well apparently there is a Kangaroo or Kangaroos loose in Austria...Not Australia. But in Language of Bromance fashion we had to get there somehow and why not start with the history of Boxing Kangaroos.
Is the Kangaroo still on the loose? Was it found by Sylvester Stallone? Or was it not a Kangaroo at all?
Listen to The Language of Bromance in Episode 225 Boxing Kangaroos In Austria.
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About Language of Bromance
Together Richard and Shawn formed the podcast The Language of Bromance and from there it has been nothing but fun. The duo laugh about things they go through, stories in the news and even getting serious discussing net neutrality along with other issues. Every so often their friendship turns to a bitter rivalry with their nerdiest creation the draft episodes. An original take on a best of or a top 10 list. The draft episodes are done like an NFL Draft 7 rounds where Richard and Shawn flip-flop picks on various topics.
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