This is a comment made on a discussion on a roadrage incident,
Anyone attacks me in traffic while I'm on my bike, I'm beating the f-ck out of them with my gloves on.
What does he mean by "with my gloves on"? I looked it up and I found that there's an idiom the gloves are off, which is,
used to say that somebody is ready for a fight or an argument
or, with the gloves off meaning
With or ready to dispense rough treatment.
But with the gloves on does he mean he will beat the attacker not as roughly, or unexpectedly? What does he mean?
This is the actual full comment:
Wonder if you could have pulled a gun on that guy and watch him sh-t himself. Anyone attacks me in traffic while I'm on my bike, I'm beating the f-ck out of them with my gloves on.
And the comment was made based on this video of the incident.