Definition of a slobberknocker
- a hard hit or punch; can also stand for a blowout in a competitive sport. Origin: professional wrestling.
That fight was a slobberknocker!
Last edited on Nov 19 2017. Submitted by Melissa F. from IL, USA
on Oct 21 2001.
- a fight among any number of participants which breaks down into chaos. Origin: professional wrestling.
The karate match was respectful until Gary kicked Bernard in the head, then Bernard went nuts and it turned into a straight-up slobberknocker.
Last edited on Nov 19 2017. Submitted by Anonymous
on Nov 29 2016.
- a description of a bad horse race.
This $10k maiden claiming race is gonna be a slobberknocker!
Last edited on Feb 25 2018. Submitted by Anonymous
on Nov 18 2017.
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