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A video of former UFC fighter turned bare knuckle star Jason Knight throwing down with two people in a bathroom stall has gone viral.
Knight's friend and training partner Brok Weaver shared the shocking video on social media and it quickly went viral.
The video below sees Knight being confronted by two people before all hell breaks loose. He threw the first punch after being backed into a bathroom stall.
Knight then destroys them both before security intervenes and separates them.
Jason Knight fighting two guys that backed him into a stall:sob: pic.twitter.com/1FMtmoZXTF- Beez Manspreads (@caseybiszant) November 12, 2019
The 27-year-old Mississippi man has since opened up about the incident, explaining his side of the viral video while revealing it occurred last year.
"This was from over a year ago," he said. "One guy was in the bathroom complaining about his girlfriend. I made a comment as a joke and obviously these two guys didn't think it was funny. So they cornered me in my stall.
"By the time I turned around these two guys were there and seven people holding cameras behind them, I already knew what time it was. I told them to back up or they could go to sleep. They started talking crazy so I swung first, I wasn't going to beg my way out of this stall.
"Stuff happens, but a lot has changed since then. Nowadays I wouldn't even be there much less making a joke because of a beer buzz. No need to explain myself to any of you just figured I would give you a little insight. Long story short I shouldn't have made the joke but they could have took it better. Oh well, it is what it is."
Knight, meanwhile, returns to competitive action on Saturday when he faces former foe Artem Lobov at Bare Knuckle Fighting Championships 9 in an anticipated rematch.
And Lobov has declared his rival the winner of the bathroom brawl.
"He picked a terrible spot to do it because it is such a confined space that he can't really use the techniques that he has," he explained. "It's literally just a punch-up in there. I'd say he won that fight, no doubt."
The first fight between Lobov and Knight took place back in April with Lobov beating Knight by points in an epic five-round war that left both fighters bloodied and battered.