Years before he was elected president, Teddy Roosevelt defeated a bully in a bar fight. As soon as he walked in, a stranger began cursing at him, called him ‘four eyes’, and insisted that he buy everyone drinks. Deceptively looking past him, Teddy stood and said, “Well, if I’ve got to, I’ve got to,” then knocked the guy out with 3 consecutive punches and took his guns away. The crowd cheered, put the bully out in the shed, and he had fled town by morning. Source Source 2