nasty blow

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He said: "I am an elderly gentleman and I slipped on the pavement when I stepped off the bus and took a nasty blow to the back of my head.
In The Wedding Party, he took a nasty blow to the head with a real frying pan.
With the 37-year-old having missed two Tests earlier this year because of concussion and suffered a nasty blow on the helmet on day two, there was immediate concern.
Cook then took a nasty blow to his groin area which let him writhing on the ground for several minutes.
His physical discomfort came with a nasty blow in early afternoon at slip, when he was hit near the groin and left writhing on the ground for several minutes before a few more off the pitch in recovery.
Just before he took that chance, he took a nasty blow from an elbow which could have decked many a player and led to him losing his discipline.
Just before he took that chance he took a nasty blow from an elbow but he just got on with it.
Just before he took that chance he took a nasty blow from an elbow, which could have decked many a player and led to him losing his discipline.
It was a really nasty blow, I think he's broken his nose.
The only negative from an England point of view was the nasty blow Stuart Broad took to his face attempting to hook the Indian quick Varun Aaron.
Murali Vijay had edged Anderson just short of second slip, resulting in a nasty blow to the left thumb and "acute bruising" but no fracture for Ian Bell - who stayed off the field thereafter.
No matter what people state, the struggle to reckon with the past received a nasty blow with the Dec.