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Second video surfaces of Hunter Rich’s altercation with Donald Goldberg

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

A second video has surfaced following Hunter Rich’s suspension from multiple dirt tracks in Tennessee and the South. Rich got into an altercation with a track official.

The incident happened this past Saturday night at Wartburg Speedway near Wartburg, Tennessee. The initial clip showed Rich going berserk following an accident.

Wartburg Speedway
Wartburg Speedway (Photo by Wartburg Speedway/Facebook)

“Since y’all can only see so much with the other video, here’s what actually happened between Hunter Rich and Donald Goldberg,” Aliyah Grogan said in a Facebook post on Monday.

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In the view video, we can see that there was a wreck between two cars. As cars were going around, a man in a quad and a man in a tractor come over to the accident scene.

Rich then walks back to the No. 22 car. The man in the tractor then comes over to him, as Rich was looking at his car.

Some words were said. What exactly? We’re not sure. Rich can be seen getting frustrated with the situation.

As Rich was yelling at Goldberg, another man comes near the other two men. Goldberg then gets out of the tractor, as a man from the top of the track runs into traffic.

The man from the bank then dives at Goldberg for no reason. Then, Rich goes bunkers and starts attacking Goldberg, as well.

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Then, for several moments, Rich punches and kicks Goldberg.

At this time, we do not know whether Rich or the other men have been charged with any crimes in the matter. Rich has received multiple lifetime bans for his actions.

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Anthony Caruso III
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Anthony Caruso III is the Publisher of The Capital Sports Report. He has been in the sports journalism field since 2002 and has covered numerous high-profile events, including 11 Heisman Trophy ceremonies.
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