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Wrestling club alarms Brooklyn residents as they put on VERY realistic fight club

Death match! Wrestling club alarms Brooklyn residents as they put on VERY realistic fight club in the middle of the street (but it’s all for show)

  • A 25-person strong crowd were filmed brawling in Brooklyn on Tuesday night 
  • The event was a planned show on the night of the US election 
  • Footage shows convincing performance of participants being slammed against a car, receiving multiple punches  

A wrestling club has alarmed Brooklyn residents as they put on a realistic fight club in the middle of the street. 

A 25-person strong crowd were filmed brawling with each other outside of a warehouse on Frost Street in Williamsburg at around 10pm on Tuesday evening.

The footage shows a convincing performance of a fight, with one man receiving multiple punches and another clip showing a participant being slammed against a car. 

A 25-person strong crowd were filmed brawling with each other outside of a warehouse on Frost Street in Williamsburg at around 10pm on Tuesday evening

The footage shows a convincing performance of a fight, with one man receiving multiple punches and another clip showing a participant being slammed against a car

The footage shows a convincing performance of a fight, with one man receiving multiple punches and another clip showing a participant being slammed against a car

The scene alarmed local residents before it emerged that the event was a planned show hosted by the ‘King of the No Ring Death Match’ Casanova Valentine. 

Williamsburg resident Jennifer Keene watched the spectacle from her window. 

‘In non#Election2020 news there’s some kind of fight club performance happening in Williamsburg,’ she wrote on Twitter. 

The event was called an ‘election fraud celebration’ in a flyer posted on Instagram, although it was intended as a gathering to blow off steam during an intense night, according to one fan. 

Speaking to the New York Post, avid fan Jamie Ciccone said ‘We gotta go a little softer in New York’, explaining that wrestling laws are tighter in the state. 

‘That’s why most of us fans go to Jersey for all of the shows.’  

The fight club event came on the night of the US election, when Donald Trump went head to head with Democratic rival Joe Biden. 

Several battleground states were still up in the air early Wednesday, including Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin. 

Trump branded slow ballot tabulations in battleground states a ‘fraud’ and said he would go to the Supreme Court to dispute the counting of votes.

But Biden’s campaign insisted ‘the counting will not stop.’

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