• The spectators started a brawl in a wrestling tournament in Dagestan

  • The audience staged a mass brawl during a tournament in the school gym wrestling Kuramagomeda Kuramagomedova in Kaspiysk (Dagestan). The video was published on the website of the TV channel REN TV.

    Dozens of fans rushed in the melee during the fight, the participants of the tournament. To extinguish the conflict helped prompt the intervention of a third party. During the fight no one was hurt. About the reasons for the brawl are not reported.

    12 Mar fans staged a mass brawl during the fight, in the framework of the open championship on MMA in Dagestan between Aziz by Djumaniyazova and Vladimir Mineev. Jumaniazov was raised from the stalls after the bell and hit the opponent's leg. Mine hit the Dagestani fighter on the head, and then the ring popped up the audience.

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