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Female joins crazy Russian 7 on 7 hooligan fight

A female joins a 7 on 7 Russian hooligan fight and does quite well for herself, dropping people left and right.
Female joins crazy Russian 7 on 7 hooligan fight

Female joins crazy Russian 7 on 7 hooligan fight

If you’ve been watching the 2016 Euro Cup, that’s soccer for us Americans, then you may have heard about the Russian hooligan fans causing quite a ruckus. They went at it against England fans in Marseille, Paris. Hooliganism in Russia has been around for over four decades. It’s usually a crazy sight to behold. But we may have found one the craziest Russian hooligan fights when a blonde female decided to join in.

These hooligan fight videos are usually a smothering of violence a la Mel Gibson’s Braveheart. There’s an ungodly amount of men just hurdling towards each other. In this scenario, it’s a tryout for a group called the “Ultras.”

But what makes this video even more over the top than others online is that a female had decided to join the battle. If you pay attention closely, you can see her as part of the team wearing white. Her blonde flows, but not because of the wind. She thoroughly gets the crap beat out of her. But she doesn’t let up and is relentless always getting back up to her feet.

Female joins crazy Russian 7 on 7 hooligan fight

Female joins crazy Russian 7 on 7 hooligan fight

Throughout the whole mess, you see everything from guys pulling guard while the other is on top raining down punches. There are even enforces making sure that people stay within the regulated space and are checking on downed victims. In fact, these “enforces” allow an insane amount of stomps.

Either way, we see the blonde beast battle her way throughout the whole video. In the end she becomes one of the few remaining hooligans left. Or in her case, a hooliganette?

It’s an incredible feat surviving this chaotic event. It shows that some women are just as tough as men.

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Clyde Erwin Barretto is an emphatic obsessed fan of mixed martial arts, combat sports and body movement. Follow him on Twitter @ClydeBarretto.

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