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To have a tussle

The two sets of fans were tussling before the game.

A physical fight or struggle
{f} struggle, scuffle, fight
If one person tussles with another for something, or if they tussle for it, they try to beat each other in order to get it. Pezzo tussled for fourth place with Orvosova Officials tussled over who had responsibility for the newly fashionable unemployment agenda. Tussle is also a noun. a legal tussle over who gets custody of the children
{i} physical struggle, scuffle; difficult struggle
If someone tussles with a difficult problem or issue, they try hard to solve it. He is tussling with the problem of what to do about inflation. = wrestle
make messy or untidy; "the child mussed up my hair"
A struggle; a scuffle
If one person tussles with another, or if they tussle, they get hold of each other and struggle or fight. They ended up ripping down perimeter fencing and tussling with the security staff He grabbed my microphone and we tussled over that James and Elliott tussled. Tussle is also a noun. The referee booked him for a tussle with the goalie
fight or struggle in a confused way at close quarters; "the drunken men started to scuffle"
To struggle, as in sport; to scuffle; to struggle with
disorderly fighting
tussle over
struggle for, fight for (a position)
third person singular of tussle
plural of tussle