Watch: Tag Team Partners Decide To Fight After Beating Their Opponents At Misfits Boxing 8

The post-win brawl was more epic than the fight itself.

Tag Team Partners Post Fight Brawl
Tag Team Partners Post Fight Brawl - Image credit @MF_DAZNXSeries Twitter
  • Internet personalities Deen The Great and Walid Sharks shockingly fought one another after winning a boxing match as tag team partners
  • The two faced each other in a boxing match in the past and have been enemies since then

A unique tag team boxing match at Misfits Boxing 8 is blowing the internet away as rivals-turned-tag team partners Deen The Great and Walid Sharks secure a decision win over fellow social media influencers YuddyGangTV and AyyePap. However, what stole the show was Deen The Great and Walid Sharks’ post-win brawl.

Back to being foes

As it turned out, Deen The Great and Walid Sharks have already swore to one another that they would just pause their feud for Misfits Boxing 8 and would immediately return to being foes as soon as the fight was over. True to form, that’s what the pair did moments after they were announced as the winners via decision.

In a clip now circulating online, the two could be seen getting tangled with each other as multiple men tried to separate them.

Check out the bizarre post-fight scenario below:

A lasting beef

Deen The Great and Walid Sharks took on each other in a boxing match in 2022. In it, Deen The Great finished Walid Sharks via a third-round TKO stoppage. Since then, the pair have been vocal about their hatred for one another and it seems like neither of them is willing to put an end to their beef.

In the same event, former UFC fighter and reigning BKFC heavyweight champ Alan Belcher stopped social media personality Chase Demoor via a weird and controversial TKO victory.

Published on July 23, 2023 at 12:45 pm
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