Starring Tom Hardy as both Ronnie and Reggie Kray, here are the best fight scenes from Legend.
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  • Heru Ahmadi
    Heru Ahmadi

    Damn.. I thought me and my brother fought allot..

  • Jon Q-Brit
    Jon Q-Brit

    When will the people who idolize this pair of scumbags going to realize that they ran CHILD brothels all over London whose clientele included members of the Aristocracy? They called themselves "The Firm" because they considered themselves the Aristocracy of the London Underworld due to their connections to so-called High Society but didn't realize they were getting too big for their boots as far as the real "Firm" (the Royal Family) was concerned and had to be sorted. They were NOT working class heroes, They were sadistic child rapists and killers.

  • MrBlackheart714

    Is this supposed to be a serious or just a comedy movie? I haven't seen the film entirely, sorry.

  • Joonas Lund
    Joonas Lund

    <a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="337">5:37</a> messi messi messi ?

  • Zain E
    Zain E

    Movie name??

    • Patricia Morais
      Patricia Morais


  • Ralius

    <a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="33">0:33</a> that face even a mother cant love

  • Ramon K
    Ramon K

    Back then men had a bit of back bone but look at Britain now, 'snowflakes'. The TV says "boo" and you run home, really 'ard you are while a fake hoax keeps you scared in doors and takes you and your families freedoms away forever, bollocks to the lying Government. Enjoy your mandatory vaccine full of shite.

  • Kpseas

    Is there 2 tom hardy’s?

  • Φανης Παπαχρηστος
    Φανης Παπαχρηστος

    Well Agamemnon was from Argos ,Odysseus was from ithaca ,I dont understand how a good movie like this missed that information.

  • matt david
    matt david

    This guys fucking nuts

  • Yotax

    I was getting kingsman vibe from this but didn't expect Eggsy to be in it! 🤣

  • REBEL ious
    REBEL ious

    That moment when he broked their legs that they not get up again

  • frank sanders
    frank sanders

    After watching the first scene, I thought, I've just got to see this movie. Huge mistake.

  • Luciano Antivil
    Luciano Antivil


  • Colin McDermott
    Colin McDermott

    Your brotha has done a runner. Nah he's just generally disapointed with ya that's all 😂😂

  • Anton Chigurh
    Anton Chigurh

    Bro them drums when their beating the shit outta each other puts the icing on the cake!

  • Fiona Muschamp
    Fiona Muschamp

    He is amazing played so well in this film 😊

  • leonardo castro
    leonardo castro

    Ta aí gostei

  • Mojo Mystique
    Mojo Mystique

    It really does seem like 2 different people tho

  • bigrider2806

    Not hard enough for Newcastle boys!!!! 😀

  • Mr FunnyB0ne
    Mr FunnyB0ne

    For being brothers. Reggie should have gotten a rough estimate of the next words that would come out rons mouth after the way he said right. I would have sensed it before he finished the word

  • k w
    k w

    That old guy took some serious hits lol

  • evan tw
    evan tw

    Just a warning to less informed people, brass knuckles will most likely kill someone if you hit them in the head. They are more lethal than a hammer.

  • Mel Brooker
    Mel Brooker

    Great scene played well by Tom but this never happened

  • Лазар Бугарски
    Лазар Бугарски

    Watched the whole thing...*IT WAS FOOKIN BIBLICAL*

  • Christopher Brown
    Christopher Brown

    Anyone else notice in the prison fight with the guards he punches one in the stomach and the dude gets knocked out? Lol

  • Music Wave
    Music Wave

    Anyway why Kings man there ? Holidays?

  • Music Wave
    Music Wave

    <a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="612">10:12</a> “no bottle “ he put it back where it at 🤣🤣🤣

  • Rizky Putra
    Rizky Putra

    Eggsy become a bad guy

  • Justin William
    Justin William

    That’s Alfie Solomon right there after Thomas Shelby shot em 😂

  • Insane Denial
    Insane Denial

    I like the brothers thing..... their fists spoke

  • jurmyni cohen
    jurmyni cohen

    What the hell were the old guys thinking?

  • tpakzone

    I cant unsee the fact that Ronnie looks like an angry David Walliams

  • ERiC

    Ronnie is like an angry Alan Partridge.

    • Days Kay
      Days Kay


  • Dale Mcilwain
    Dale Mcilwain

    The Kemp twins made the Krays real. Tom Hardy made them "Legendary".

  • Admiral Salehudin al-ayubi
    Admiral Salehudin al-ayubi

    He gets double payment aren't him? Or can't afford to pay two main character

  • Elias Mazraane
    Elias Mazraane

    What movie is it where he beat the prison officer ?

  • Anna Gebura
    Anna Gebura

    10,25 boskie

  • Conner Lukkien
    Conner Lukkien

    a paranoïd schizofrenic bane

  • Lakisha Jackosn
    Lakisha Jackosn

    I love the hell out of this movie just him getin mad that there wasn't gonna be a shoot out is fucking hott lol

  • Lcarter52

    I like how Ron basically walked out of the fight before it started like "get out me fuckin way"

  • jumpoutatree

    Doug and Dinsdale

  • Hamed Mostafa
    Hamed Mostafa

    I am certain take that to the bank

  • Bush Bush
    Bush Bush

    This is so over the top, crap film, over acted, stupid background music.

  • Pushkar Jain
    Pushkar Jain

    This is the same character he plays in the Peaky Blinders.

  • Richiegooner 1886
    Richiegooner 1886

    Tom hardy is amazing 😎👍

  • Danny Medina
    Danny Medina


  • Tanner MacLeod
    Tanner MacLeod

    I absolutely love this bloody scene! Tom Hardy is brilliant as always. In fact this entire movie right

  • Beqa Tsopurashvili
    Beqa Tsopurashvili

    All he wanted is a proper fucking shootout

  • Coppertop V
    Coppertop V

    Couldnt imagine getting hit with them hammers.

  • Coppertop V
    Coppertop V

    Is that the Rolling Pin? ! ?

  • Everyday Gaming
    Everyday Gaming

    Amazing actor

  • gary gerard
    gary gerard

    can't understand three quarters of the speech

  • Mark Mccullock
    Mark Mccullock

    Fuck your face😂

  • Charles Ferdinand
    Charles Ferdinand

    The British only fought with bows and currently only fight on sea because they shit themselves at the prospect of having to fight anyone directly (like men); no wonder the modern-day British default war strategy consists of hiding their island, keeping a strong navy to prevent anyone from landing there so as to avoid having to fight anyone directly and, the most important part, BEG the United States (Britain's historic boyfriend), to please come save them. That's why they've made so much of the battle of Trafalgar when, in real-life, it had a little practical immediate effect and Napoleon barely sighed when receiving the news. But the British keep celebrating that victory because fighting on sea is all they can do, whenever they fight at land they get their sorry asses kicked even against "inferior" enemies such as Elphinstone's army in Afghanistan, Isandlwana, the American revolutionary war, Dunkirk, the Jews at Palestine, the Dutch at Medway (after which the British lost their fleet which meant their island was open to invasion after which they panicked and surrendered ending the war rather than fighting like men), Buenos Aires (twice), Majuba (against the Boers, where a bunch of Boer farmers and boys defeated professional British soldiers killing 285 British and capturing 59 while losing only 1 Boer and ending the Boer War in one stroke) and Singapore, among many many others; and the only victories they've had have been by surprise attacks (such as the batte of the River Plate), ambushes (just like they did at the battle of Jutland or Cape Matapan) or by using overwhelming numbers (like they did with the Bismark: in the first encounter two German ships, including the Bismarck, fought against three British ships which included the most powerful British ship, the HMS Prince of Wales, known as "the pride of the Royal Navy", the Bismarck alone defeated the three British ships and easily destroyed the HMS Prince of Wales, after which the British fled and only came back in overwhelming numbers, sending 12 ships against the Bismarck; this situation also happened in the naval battles of Narvik in World War II when the Royal Navy attacked the German warships off Narvik, when the Germans counterattacked the British quickly fled losing almost half of its ships, but the Royal Navy would only come back with overwhelming numbers: twice as many ships the Germans had, then and only then would they "avenge" their defeat at Narvik), that's why the British can could never fight on equal numbers, they're only brave at sea and only with overwhelming numbers on their side. That's why in Corunna they used their favorite tactic: be defeated and escape by sea (the same one used in Dunkirk). Also, they have no problem whatsoever betraying their allies if it furthers its interests such as when they bombarded Copenhagen even though Denmark was not at war with Britain (they did this to destroy the Danish fleet so Napoleon couldn't use it just in case Napoleon conquered Denmark, or when the French surrendered in World War II and the British demanded the French hand over all of their ships to them (they were terrifyied that that Hitler could use them to invade Britain) and when the French refused the British immediatly forgot about their ertswhile "allies" and attacked the French fleet by surprise at Mers-el Kebir or when they betrayed the Portuguese (their oldest allies with whom they'd maintained an alliance treaty since 1386) by sending them an ultimatum in 1890 demanding them to evacuate some of their African colonies and once they did they quickly moved to occupy those areas just so the Britsh could have a continuous land connection between South Africa and Egypt or during the Seven Years War: the British always seek a powerful ally with a powerful land army (as the British are too cowardly to fight like men) to protect them and fight for them and the United States didn't exist yet so they tricked Prussia into joining them and paid the Prussians to fight on the continent in their place but as soon as the British attained their goals in the other theaters of the war they immediatly forgot about their Prussian "allies" and suddenly stopped the cash flow to Prussia and abandoned them just at the height of the war, leaving the Prussians to their own devices to fight alone against France, Austria and Russia, almost resulting in the destruction of Prussia, something every country in Europe took note of; or in Norway during World War II where the British arrived to assist the Norwegians against the Germans but fled after several humilliating defeats by numerically inferior German forces, in this case the British fled in secret leaving their Norwegian "allies" behind and without telling them they were going to flee. During the Dunkirk evacuation the British fled to hide in their island and when asked if they'd also evacuate Belgian troops, their "allies", they said "we don't care a bugger about what happens to the Belgians"; later on, Churchill publicly gave orders for the French to be evacuated along the British but told his generals in secret to focus in rescuing their fellow British first; also, Churchill ostensibly sacrificed 3 British divisions which would stay behing to fight and delay the Germans, covering the evacuation of the French and the British, but in the moment of truth the British refused to allow those 3 divisions to stay and fight and these divisions fled along their fellow British, and did so before the French (this is how the British treat their "allies"). During the Napoleonic Wars, the British were at their worst, paying others to fight for them, causing the Emperor of Austria to say "The English are flesh traffickers, they fight others to fight in their place", while Napoleon said the British were "a people of cowardly marine merchants". Here's a tiny selection of the countless British defeats: Afghans 6-13 January 1842 - retreat from Kabul - entire British army captured or killed (17,000 KIA) 3 September 1879 - Kabul ...again 27 July 1880 - Maiwand - 900-1,000 British/Indian troops killed By Mahdist March 13, 1884 - January 26, 1885 Siege of Khartoum - 7,000 force lost to Mahdis February 4, 1884 First Battle of El Teb Chinese 4 September 1839 Battle of Kowloon - defensive victory June 24-26, 1859 Second Battle of Taku Forts Russians Petropavlovsk - British landing repelled Battle of the Great Redan - British failure while the French do succeed in taking the Malakoff Balaclava - British lancers and hussars of the light brigade annihilated. Taganrog - failure of the Anglo-French contingent to take Taganrog Siege of Kars - Anglo Turkish force fails to take Kars Zulus Isandlwanna - an entire column wiped out. 1,400 killed Intombe - supply convoy wiped out. 104 dead Hlobane - No. 4 column wiped out. 225 killed Bulgarians Battle of Kosturino 1915 Battle of Doiran 1916 Battle of Doiran 1917 Battle of Doiran 1918 Boers (In this battles the Boers who crushed the British and won the war were just farmers and teenage Boer boys against professional British soldiers) Schuinshoogte - 69 British killed against 8 Boer killed Laing's Nek - 84 British killed and 2 captured against 14 Boer killed Majuba Hill - 92 British killed (including the commander, a general) and 59 captured against 1 Boer killed Argentinians 2 April 1982 - Invasion of the Falklands - 100+ Marines and sailors captured 3 April 1982 - Argentinians seize Leith Harbor. 22 Royal Marine POWs 10 May 1982 - sinking of the HMS Sheffield 22 May 1982 - sinking of the HMS Ardent 23 May 1982 - Battle of Seal Cove 24 May 1982 - sinking of the HMS Antelope 25 May 1982 - SS Atlantic Conveyor sunk by Argentinians 25 May 1982 - HMS Coventry is sunk by Arg. aircraft. 29 May 1982 - Mount Kent Battle - 5 SAS dead in friendly fire incident. 6-7 June 1982 - British paratroops vacate position under pressure, leaving radio codes 8 June 1982 - Bluff Cove Air Attacks 10 June 1982 - Skirmish at Many Branch Point - capture of the SAS contingent. Ghurka victories January 1814 - Battle of Makwanpur Gadhi - British army kept at bay January 1814 - Battle of Jitgadh - British attack repulsed with 300 KIA Spring 1814 - Battle of Hariharpur Gadhi - British Indian army stymied. November 1814 - Battle of Nalapani - British force decimated with 700+ casualties December, 1814 - Battle of Jaithak - 53rd Div. defeated and repelled. Dutch 16 August 1652 - Battle of Plymouth - De Ruyter's triumph 30 November 1652 - Battle of Dungeness - Dutch gain control of the English Channel 4 March 1653 - Battle of Leghorn - 5 ships captured or sunk 2 August 1665 - Battle of Vågen 1-4 June 1666 - Four Days' Battle - 10 ships lost with upwards of 4,500 killed and wounded 2-5 September 1666 - Burning of London 9-14 June 1667 - Raid on Medway - Dutch raid, ends with loss of 13 English ships 28 May 1672 - Battle of Solebay 7 -14 June 1673 - Battle of Schooneveld August 21, 1673 - Battle of Texel Others - by the Albanians (the 78th Regiment of Foot at Rosetta), - by the Americans (at Cowpens, in 1813 at Thames, and in 1815 at New Orleans), - by the Poles (in 1810 at Fuengirola), - by the native Indians (at Monongahela), - by the Egyptians (1807 at El-Hamad or Hamaad) - by Native Americans at the first Roanoake Island Colony where they defeated the English colonists who had then had to be rescued by Francis Drake, fleeing by sea (the usual British tactic of fleeing by sea) Among many, many, others.

    • james barkshire
      james barkshire

      Have you an inferiority complex?

  • Wayne McLeod
    Wayne McLeod


  • Max Jr.
    Max Jr.

    <a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="481">8:01</a> me walking into my last class after a shitty day

  • Bull Jordan LLC
    Bull Jordan LLC

    you hit me. yeah I did.

  • Sons of guns Cliburn
    Sons of guns Cliburn

    <a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="177">2:57</a> man that old man got head body head 😂

  • Stacey Bee
    Stacey Bee

    I don't smoke, but watching Tom Hardy in action I could kick back with a cold one and a cigarette. I got the perfect story for him......

  • Foster Reid
    Foster Reid

    Good great film

  • Zain

    Brothers love is a Brothers Love 💪.

  • m

    Suddenly, it becomes Fight Club 2 in the club where R Kray beats the crap out of himself.

  • Hugo Nongbri
    Hugo Nongbri

    what is Alfie Solomons doing in this film?

  • rdb anik
    rdb anik

    Which movie?

  • HexicW

    People who live in glass houses shouldn't throw stones... I like that

  • Gavin 240z
    Gavin 240z

    How is there two Tom Hardy's?!?!?! One bane's scary enough but two of em.....🤪🤪🤪😬😬😬

  • Abood Shkoor
    Abood Shkoor

    What's the movie name?

  • Crazy08 zombie
    Crazy08 zombie

    My favorite tom hardy movie not counting mad max fury road or venom

  • Tommy Griffin
    Tommy Griffin

    You gonna bake me a cake?

  • Anita Heilbrecht
    Anita Heilbrecht

    Diese beiden Spacken hätten in in einem echten Kampf in 15 Sekunden auf dem Boden gelegen....BEIDE !

  • Dalton Palang
    Dalton Palang

    Not gut movie 👎he has to lern mor

  • Dennis Moore
    Dennis Moore

    Doug and Dinsdale Pirhana had nothing on these two.

  • Hyunje Lee
    Hyunje Lee

    ron is the best character ever

  • Mustapha Jawara
    Mustapha Jawara

    Everyone here talking about Bane forgetting himself, but no nobody wants to talk about how Remus Lupin was involved in organized muggle crime. Tonks would be devastated to learn about this...

    • Onyeka Obidi
      Onyeka Obidi


    • Milo Clesham
      Milo Clesham

      And it seems Arthur Shelby hasnt aged at all!

    • jack

      i dont know what the fuck you just said

  • Vinny Badali
    Vinny Badali

    F'n Lovely

  • Liviu Popescu
    Liviu Popescu


  • mohd hilmi remi
    mohd hilmi remi

    <a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="629">10:29</a> is that jarvis?

  • D_N

    Tom Hardy is great actor but it bothers me that Hollywood opted to use CGI instead of casting look alike actors to play as the twins. They could cast Tom Hardy and Logan Marshall Green for the roles.

  • This account name is completely Unoriginal
    This account name is completely Unoriginal

    Arthur Shelby and Alfie Solomon got on better than you'd expect