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Fight breaks out at NPK Beech Bend after racing

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

For the third time this season, a fight has broken out at a Street Outlaws No Prep Kings event. However, this time, the fight was after the racing was completed for the evening.

Drag racer Fabian Bell shared two videos on his Facebook page. In the first video, someone appears to shove Jerry Bird first before a brawl ensues.

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Several men break away from the bunch and fall to the ground, throwing punches. About 20 seconds into the clip, the sides start to break up the fight.

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Around the 30-second mark, something — maybe a shoe — is thrown threw the air. A man, who is believed to be Daryl Bird, claims that he was kicked in the mouth.

Bird then tells a man “You started this whole thing. You were the one running your mouth.”

“The funny part they shoved Jerry first talked mad crap an(d) got w(h)acked,” Street Outlaws star Bobby Ducote said in a comment. “But yet called (the) police an(d) tried to press charges but we all left 🤣🤣🤣”

At New England Dragway, Jay Boddie was involved in an altercation with a track official. Boddie Jr. was also involved before members of the tour tried to stop the starting line incident.

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Then, at Maple Grove Raceway, Pat Musi and Dewayne Mills had an altercation after Justin Swanstrom and “Super Dave” Adkins was involved in an accident. Musi allegedly made a comment that Swanstrom can’t drive and Mills disagreed with it.

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WARNING: NSFW language is in these videos.

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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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