Video: Happy Gilmore and Bob Barker recreate their famous punch-up for charity 7 years ago

Video: Happy Gilmore and Bob Barker recreate their famous punch-up for charity

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b54pmFhzfDg

If you haven't seen Happy Gilmore, shame on you.

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Believe it or not, back in the 1990s Adam Sandler was actually funny.

And for sports fans, he hit his peak in this film, about a shocking ice-hockey player with a foul mouth and an even more foul temper, who chances his arm on the PGA tour.

One of the most iconic, and hilarious scenes of the film came when he partnered American TV host Bob Barker in a pro-am event, which resulted in the pair punching lumps out of each other in the middle of the course.

Well, 19 years on, it appears the duo have rekindled their hatred for one and other, all in the name of a good cause.

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91-year-old Barker and a 91-year-old-looking Adam Sandler took part in a recent Comedy Central event raising money for autism, where they unsuccessfully tried to bury the hatchet, before eventually beating each other senseless all over again.

Also, we're giving two thumbs up (you'll get this if you've seen the film) for the brief cameo from Chubbs Peterson at the end of the skit.

Here's a clip of the original fight for old time's sake.

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