Scandal during a local MMA event. Spectator, Will Brown (31), beat one of the fighters

Martin Eisenberg

PortsmouthAustralia. An unprecedented event took place during last night's MMA game. Will Brown (31) is wanted after breaking into the ring and severely beating one of the main contenders for the title. He probably was under influence of alcohol.


The incident took place right before t of the main fight of the evening. The man broke into the ring, threw the referee through the lines and started an intense argument with one of the fighters. In seconds, the word turned into punches.

The contender defended himself for a brief moment, but Will quickly gained an advantage, 'Blood was spilled, but at that point we didn't know whose blood was it' says Mark Shultz, one of the commentators present in the hall. 'A moment later the fighter was lying on the ground while the attacker kept punching him. He received a series of strong punches to the head. It was a quick KO. I have to say I was impressed'.

The beaten fighter suffered concussion, a broken nose and probably a fractured cheekbone as well. He was transported to a hospital where doctors decided he should stay for observation.

Pure MMA@puremmax

Things gotten out of control at mma night in #portsmouth - unknown spectator knocks down main contender for the title... #wtf

MMA Magazine@mmamaglife

Viewing footage from yesterdays MMA night in #portsmouth... That was truly savage! Organisers #fail to secure the event

Police are looking for the perpetrator who quickly left the hall after the incident. The organisers also decided to sue the company responsible for the security of the event. 'Their lack of reaction was absolutely outrageous, it's not what we paid for' says one of the organisers.

The man is not only wanted by the police, many fight clubs would like to try him in real fight since it's not common someone can beat a professional MMA fighter.


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