knock (one's) block off

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knock (one's) block off

To strike someone with great force, usually in the head. If you insult me like that again, I'll knock your block off!
See also: block, knock, off

knock someone's block off

Sl. to hit someone hard in the head. Wilbur almost knocked Tom's block off by accident. He threatened to knock my block off if I didn't do as I was told.
See also: block, knock, off

I’ll knock your ˈblock/ˈhead off!

(British English, spoken) used to threaten somebody that you will hit them
See also: block, head, knock
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Let me tell you a human being will not face greater stress than sharing a ring with someone trying to knock his block off.
I was determined to knock his block off when you need to be cold and calculating in the ring.
All that 'never losing to a white man' crap, is just the ultimate incentive for Joe to knock his block off because Joe was brought up to respect everyone - and he hates racists.
If he was here I would knock his block off, but this is a good piece of news.
I was hoping De La Hoya would get in there and knock his block off,'' Lasorda said.
But I hope I'm there when he comes out, I'd like to knock his block off.
Jerome also said: "If that had happened in the street I would knock his block off.
I had words with the athlete in question after the race, although held back on the initial instinct to knock his block off.
I know several managers who'd like to knock his block off.
Mirror Sport understands Jerome told Clattenburg: "If that had happened in the street I'd knock his block off.
BULLY Michael Barrymore was reeling yesterday - after 6ft 8ins Dennis Rodman threatened to knock his block off.
But this wasn't the public mouthing-off of a strutting, arrogant champion who has made half the country long to see Hardy, or anybody, knock his block off.
He stood his ground against Quinten Hann on Sunday with the Aussie wild man threatening to knock his block off.
Writing in The Spectator, he says: "Foolishly, perhaps, I told the man that if he slashed my tyres I would knock his block off.