This guy just wants to see a fair street fight.
Some people just want to see a fair street fight. Is that too much to ask? Luckily for fans of fair play, we have this shirtless ref who helped keep a suburban brawl in check. Whenever the two fighters fall, lock up, or pull each other’s hair, he swoops in to separate them.
Beyond reffing, he might even have a future as a promoter. After the woman in the white top absolutely demolishes her first opponent, he seems to set up another fight with someone who is nearby. She makes quick work of her as well, until they start pulling each other’s hair, which causes our hero to come flying in yet again to separate them.
Let’s all take a second to talk about this remarkably structured brawl.
The First Challenger
We start with the first fight between White Top and Head Wrap. It doesn’t go well for White Top’s first challenger, even though she had the sense to hide her hair before the fight to keep it from getting grabbed at.
It’s clear that this isn’t White Top’s first go-round. She seems composed and confident, throwing solid punches that connect where she wants them to while her opponent flails wildly. The “oohs” of one watcher perfectly soundtrack every time that White Top lands a solid punch.
The ref pulls them apart again and they move their fight to the street, where Head Wrap seems to think better of it and walk off. The ref sets up another fight between his champion and newcomer Baby Tee.
Baby Tee’s plan seems to be flailing like the fast fighter, only faster. It goes about as well as you can expect against the seasoned White Top. She summarily rocks her new challenger a few times before the fight devolves into hair-pulling again.
The Guiding Hand
Maybe the guy just likes fair play. Maybe he’s secretly training up a squad of lady fighters. Who’s to say? All we know is grabbing someone by their braids will get you DQ’d anywhere that isn’t the middle of the street.
If he is training up fighters, he’s more than willing to go to the mat to protect his people. Listen to him go when someone tries to creep up behind the first two fighters. That’s dedication. Watch the full fight here.
What do you think? Do all street fights need a ref who is willing to hop in and separate people when things get too dirty or dangerous? Should hair-pulling be against the rules if you’re already throwing hands in the middle of an abandoned street?
Also, we need to talk about White Top, the clear winner of any fight that came her way. Even immediately after a fight, she was ready for another one. So, we just have to ask: Does she have a future in the WBO? Will her ass whuppings translate to the ring or should she stick to cul-de-sac beatdowns?
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