So there comes a time, that enough is enough!
Not only Chris Rock mocked Jada Pinkett while
she has a serious hair loss illness, which is
far below level, he also did this repeatedly.
Therefore I can fully imagine, that Will Smith, who is
mostly very correct, thought:
Enough is enough.
So Will Smith punched Rock.
Is that justified?
Of course, I agree that there are other ways to handle this:
He could have yelled during the Oscar Awards performance of
''Don't insult my wife!''
But a human being is just a human being and
he choose not to.
I can understand that:
What goes around, comes around.
And remember readers, that being a comedian and
making all sort of jokes on a stage, gives someone
a position of Power at the cost of one in the audience,
who is mocked by him or her and is usually not in a position
of advantage to react on that moment.
In most cases that's not such a big deal, because the
socalled ''jokes'' are relatively innocent.
And after all, there is freedom of opinion and comedians
are supposed to say more than others, since it is
entertainment and light humour.
But humour has it's limits and ends when people
are really hurt on the ground of race, colour, religion,
sexual orientation etc.
And certainly when it refers to someones illness,
THAT'S a line comedian must never cross and
Chris Rock did that, not one time, but regularly. 
So I can understand, that Will Smith, furious of course,
thought that this was the ultimatum way to make
it clear to this coward [because insulting people
on their health issues IS an act of cowardice]
that he went to far.
According to my opinion, a real husband defends
his wife and doesn't allow another human being, especially a
man, to hurt and insult his wife
A punch may not be the best solution, but if ever, this so-
called ''comedian'' Chris Rock provoked it.
And because I like men, who defend the people they love,
I STAND WITH WILL SMITH!
And in honour of Will Smith, a major, impressive piece
from my favourite Will Smith film:
The pursuit of happyness
THE PURSUIT OF HAPPYNESS: CHRIS IS HIRED
NOTES 1 T/M 8
NOTES 9 AND 10
ARTICLES WITH THE FULL TEXTS
YOUTUBE FILMS ABOUT THE WILL SMITH-CHRIS