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Ex-NFL player Brendan Langley spoke out about his viral fight with an airport worker in Newark, NJ on May 19.

An attorney for the ex Denver Broncos cornerback told TMZ that the United Airlines worker provoked him into a fight.

The worker objected to Langley using a wheelchair to transport his designer luggage rather than use a $5 luggage cart.

"Brendan Langley was minding his business walking through the airport with his bags when he was accosted by a United Airlines employee who claimed to 'run the airport,'" his attorney Alan Jackson said in a statement.

"When Brendan tried to ignore him, the assailant followed and harassed Brendan, calling him a 'd— and a 'p---y' and challenging him to fight," Jackson said.

Jackson said Langley yelled for help, but no one stepped forward.

"Footage from the airport security cameras establishes without question that Brendan was in reasonable fear of physical harm, and reasonably and lawfully defended himself," Jackson said in the statement.

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Cell phone footage shows the employee slap Langley in the face. Langley, 27, retaliated by throwing several punches that dropped the hapless worker.

When the employee slapped Langley again, the shocked athlete asked a bystander, "Did you see that sh*t?" Before throwing a flurry of punches that sent the employee sprawling behind a counter.

Langley was arrested, charged with simple assault and released. He was suspended indefinitely by the Calgary Stampeders pro team of the Canadian football League, according to CTV News.

"After learning details of the incident including the filing of a criminal charge, we are indefinitely suspending Brendan Langley," Stampeders President and GM John Hufnagel told CTV News in a statement.

Head coach Dave Dickenson said Langley should have known better.

"[M]y only real comment is that we live in a world that everybody's got cameras and we're trying to represent our city, we take it very seriously," he said, according to CTV News.

The employee wasn't charged, but United Airlines fired him and issued a statement, saying the airline "does not tolerate violence of any kind at our airports or on board our planes and we are working with local authorities to further investigate this matter."




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Ex Denver Broncos Cornerback Brendan Langley was arrested after he punched an airline employee who slapped him first.

United Airlines fired the employee after reviewing video footage of the altercation.

The incident unfolded on May 19 at 11:03 a.m. at a Newark, NJ airport. Brenden Langley, 27, argued with an airline employee over a $5 baggage cart.

The United Airlines worker told Langley he couldn't use a wheelchair to transport his luggage.

The employee slapped Langley, who punched him several times. The altercation was captured on cell phone video. The employee got up and slapped Langley again. The former NFL player threw a flurry of punches, sending the employee sprawling behind the counter.

The employee was not arrested, but he has since lost his job.

United Airlines issued a statement saying the airline "does not tolerate violence of any kind at our airports or on board our planes and we are working with local authorities to further investigate this matter."




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A macho man picked a fight with an experienced MMA fighter and got knocked out for his troubles.

The guy thought it would be a good idea to pick on the smaller man - even though his friends warned him, "DON'T DO IT!"

He even took off his shirt to show the little guy he meant business.

The MMA fighter slammed the man on the floor of a parking garage before the video ended.

The moral of the story is: don't pick on little guys who my be experienced MMA fighters. You might end up flat on your back like this guy.

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Watch the video below.

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It all started with a case of mistaken identity at a Las Vegas hotel. Singer Jason Derulo swung at two fans who mistook him for another R&B singer -- Usher.

Police sources tell TMZ cops were called to the ARIA hotel early Tuesday morning after Derulo threw punches at the men.

Eyewitnesses say Jason and one of the men were passing each other on an escalator when the guy shouted, "Hey, Usher! F*** you, bitch!!!"

Jason apparently took offense to the disrespect and lunged at the guy. He punched the guy in the face, sending him sprawling to the floor.

Jason allegedly slapped the second man just for breathing. Security stepped in to break up the fracas. Video shows Jason pushed his burly bodyguard aside to get at the guys.

Apparently, Jason had gotten into it earlier with the same two guys for calling him "Usher."

At press time, the 2 victims declined to press charges, but there's always the possibility of a lawsuit, says TMZ. Jason was not arrested, but he did get a trespassing notice from ARIA Hotel, and was promptly thrown off the property.
 

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Fans who tuned in to last night's Verzuz between rappers Three 6 Mafia and Bone Thugs-N-Harmony got a boxing match instead.

The two groups performed on stage opposite yellow crime scene tape.

A fight broke out between the two groups while Bone performed "Buddah Lovers." Gangsta Boo and DJ Paul slow danced, which made rapper Bizzy Bone upset.

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"Yo! Before we even get started, you ugly MFs ain't finna be mocking me while I'm on this MF'ing stage. Like straight the f*ck up," said 45-year-old Bizzy.

46-year-old Juicy J told him, "N*gga, suck my d*ck," and Bizzy threw a mic and a water bottle at him.

That wasn't nice of him, so the two groups started scrapping. Then Gansgta Boo, the baby of the bunch at 42, yelled, "Bizzy Bone, you a hater. You must didn't take your pills. You weirdo azz ni**a."

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The Verzuz halted for 15 minutes while security restored order to the stage.

"We done did shows wit y'all folks and erythang," Gangsta Boo said.

Bizzy Bone finally apologized, saying, "I f*ck wit y'all, but f**k dat ni**a mane... I want to apologize to everybody out there, on both sides. I'm not trying to f*ck this [Verzuz] sh*t up. Pardon me."

The Verzuz continued with Three 6 performing a rousing rendition of "Azz And Titties."

A good time was had by all.

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The Atlanta Dream won't bring back two disgraced WNBA players seen brawling in a viral video on social media over the weekend.

"The behavior in the video is unacceptable and does not align with our values as an organization," the Dream said in a statement Monday.

"We are taking this matter very seriously and working with the league to gather more information and determine next steps."

Cell phone video shows Courtney Williams and Crystal Bradford fighting with a group of women outside a day club in Atlanta back in May.

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Williams and Bradford, along with former WNBA player Kalani Brown (pictured), towered over their opponents while throwing punches.

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Williams, the team's only All-Star this season, has apologized for her behavior.
 

WNBA players' agent, Marcus Crenshaw said Atlanta Dream executives knew about the fight when it happened in May, but chose not to discipline the girls then.

"I talked to them, and they told me they didn't want to bring both back," Crenshaw told Girls Talk Sports TV in an Instagram Live chat on Tuesday.

"The team knew about the situation months ago. Right now, the team is trying to act like they have the morals, and [they're] making [the players] some sort of scapegoats by saying they got put off the Dream because of the altercation."

Crenshaw said both players will be unrestricted free agents. He said the Dream probably let them go because the organization is embarrassed by the incident.
 

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Hundreds of protesters stormed Times Square in New York City to protest the arrests of three Texas women who fought with a hostess over their vaccine status.

Hundreds of maskless New Yorkers flooded Times Square to demonstrate against vaccine mandates.

Many carried signs comparing the vaccine programs to genocide. One woman carried a sign comparing vaccination to the murders of Jews in Nazi Germany.

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Others carried the American flag and signage that read "We are NOT your lab rats", "Walk by Faith, Not by Fear" and "Freedom Over Fear."
 
READ ALSO: Women attack restaurant hostess after she asks for proof of Covid-19 vaccine
 
NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio signed an order forcing restaurants to follow vaccine mandates.

A recent investigation found that 11 out of 14 NYC restaurants were not enforcing the mandates.

But a hostess at Carmine's on the Upper West Side stopped the Texas women and demanded their vaccination cards last week.

After the women showed their cards, two males who were with the women said they left their cards behind at the hotel.

That's when the brawl erupted between the women and the 24-year-old Asian hostess.

The attorney representing the three Texas women says they were racially profiled.

"This hostess clearly has some anger management issues and unfortunately her aggression and her violence led to something that three Black women are being punished for," Texas civil rights lawyer Justin Moore told the NY Daily News.

A lawyer for Carmine's vigorously denied the Texas womens' accusations.

"Any claim that they were racially profiled is a complete fabrication, disingenuous, and outright irresponsible," said attorney Carolyn Richmond.

Another protest is planned by Black Lives Matter outside the restaurant on Monday, Sept. 20.

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A group of women from Texas assaulted a NYC restaurant hostess after she asked them to provide proof of Covid-19 before eating there.

The incident occurred at Carmine's on the Upper West Side when the hostess asked to see their vaccine cards. The brawl was captured on cellphone video and uploaded to Twitter.com.

Proof of vaccination is required to dine at any New York City restaurant, per mayor Bill de Blasio.

The women took offense when the hostess asked them for proof of vaccines to eat inside.

The unidentified hostess was repeatedly punched by the three women, ages 21, 44 and 49. Bystanders broke up the brawl just as police arrived.

The three women were taken into custody and transported to NYPD's 24th precinct station, according to NBC News.

It is not clear if they were charged. The women are reportedly tourists visiting from Texas.

New York City is the first major U.S. city to ask residents to show proof of vaccination to enter restaurants and gyms. Any business that fails to comply could face a fine up $1,000 per violation.

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An upstate New York cop has been placed on paid leave after he punched a woman in the throat when she tried to bite him during a fight at Walmart.

Officer Rory Spain is under investigation for excessive use of force and has been placed on leave, according to the DeWitt Police Department.

Officer Spain and his partner responded to a report of a disturbance at the Walmart in East Syracuse, NY on July 4.

Walmart employees called police after they were threatened and pepper-sprayed in the face by two women. Customers were also allegedly pepper-sprayed by the women.

The two women are identified as Tyreana Edmonds and Tajenik Byrd.

Officer Spain is accused of punching Edmonds in the throat when she tried to bite him while he attempted to detain her. Cellphone footage of the melee went viral online over the weekend.

The DeWitt PD posted 15-minute video that showed the officers arriving and taking Edmonds and Boyd into custody.

The video was posted in response to inquiries received regarding a Use of Force Incident.

Edmonds was charged with second-degree attempted assault of a police officer, fourth-degree criminal mischief, second-degree harassment, resisting arrest, disorderly conduct, and obstruction.

Byrd was charged with third-degree assault, fourth-degree criminal possession of a weapon, endangering the welfare of a child, possession of a noxious material, resisting arrest, and obstruction, according to DailyMail.com.

Both women were released on desk appearance tickets. About 25 people protested outside the DeWitt Police Department, shouting "Black Lives Matter" and other slogans.

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An Ohio woman allegedly assaulted McDonald's employees because they refused to mix three flavors of a frozen beverage.

However, the employees turned the tables on the aggressive customer and snatched her wig back.

The incident took place on Monday, June 14, in Ravenna, Ohio. Viral cellphone video shows Cherysse Helena Cleveland assaulting two McDonald's employees who declined her request to mix three flavors into one Slushie drink.

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Cleveland, 44, is seen shoving and punching two female employees when they tried to stop her from going behind the counter to mix the drink herself at a slushie machine.

The employees repeatedly asked Cleveland to leave but she ignored their requests and continued to hit them and scream verbal abuse.

At one point, Cleveland snatched the mask off one employee and threw a cup of ice in her face.

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Forced to defend herself, one employee grabbed a handful of Cleveland's hairweave and punched her repeatedly, as a customer yelled, "Worldstar."

Police arrived minutes later and placed the agitated customer under arrest around 9:40 a.m.

Her bond was set at $1,000 and she was ordered to stay away from the McDonald's employees.

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A Walmart spokesman told the New York Post it is looking into a violent altercation between a male shopper and an employee with a man bun.

Viral cell phone video shows the shopper ramming the employee with a shopping cart, then spitting on the young man who is being restrained by store security.

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The shopper then turned to walk away when the employee broke free and knocked the man out cold with one punch.

A female voice is heard saying, "Don't hit him,", before the employee knocked the customer out.

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The video was uploaded to Twitter.com along with the caption: "Walmart Englewood ain't playin today."

According to the New York Post, Chicago, where the Twitter user lives, has an Englewood section.

However, Walmart also has a location in Englewood, Colorado, which has an Academy Bank branch inside that can be seen briefly in the footage.

A Walmart spokesman told The Post on Friday the company was trying to find out more details about the incident.

"We're looking into it," spokesman Casey Staheli said. He added it was not immediately clear which store location the violent exchange occurred.

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Logan Paul is annoyed that the Internet believes the brawl between his brother, Jake Paul (right), and all-time Boxing Hall of Fame inductee Floyd "Money" Mayweather (left), was fake.

Logan insists the fisticuffs was NOT a scripted stunt to promote his and Floyd's upcoming exhibition match that headlines a SHOWTIME PPV event on Sunday, June 6.

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"I f**king wish that wasn't real," Logan (right) tells TMZ Sports. "I wish it was staged," Logan added, "That s**t is not funny. It's not fun for anyone."

Logan, aka "The Maverick, met face-to-face with Floyd on Thursday at a media event to preview their special exhibition match at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida.

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Jake stole the spotlight from his brother and got right in Floyd's face, then snatched Floyd's cap and fled -- with Floyd in hot pursuit.

"It's one thing to sell a fight, and people can say what they want, but one thing no one is going to do, is disrespect me," said Floyd.

"Floyd came out of retirement, just to get re-retired," said Logan. "I'm about to beat the greatest fighter of all time!"

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Floyd was PISSED -- chasing after Jake while screaming that he was going to "kill" the YouTube superstar.

TMZ spoke with 26-year-old Logan after the violent incident involving his younger brother, Jake, 24.

Logan told the gossip outlet the incident gave him even MORE motivation to destroy Floyd when they step in the ring on June 6.

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"That s**t just got personal by default. It was supposed to be like a cute little press conference... come together, get people excited for the fight. Not people talking about killing people! What the f**k!?"

When asked if he had a message for Floyd, he responded, "This is gonna be the craziest f**king evening to ever take place in the history of combat sports."

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"My message to Floyd is this ... we're gonna get you that hat back, Floyd."

Thursday's event also included former NFL star wide receiver Chad "Ochocinco" Johnson, who will be making his boxing debut in an exhibition match against an opponent to be announced on the pay-per-view undercard.

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The pay-per-view begins at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT and will also include WBA Light Heavyweight Champion Jean Pascal and two-division world champion Badou Jack in a 12-round rematch in the co-main event.

Plus, former unified super welterweight champion "Swift" Jarrett Hurd returns to the ring to face Luis Arias in a 10-round bout.

For more information and ticket sales, please visit Hardrockstadium.com/mayweather-v-paul/

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The headline isn't true, but inquiring minds want to know why our people have a habit of brawling in public spaces.

Two separate brawls occurred at Miami International Airport last week. No one knows what triggered the fisticuffs. Concerned Caucasian passengers screamed at the combatants: "STOP IT! You're gonna get in trouble!"

No one wants to see more Black men dead or end up in prison. Security eventually showed up, but they stood around and did nothing to break up the fights.

Social experts who study such trends believe the increase in fights at airports is directly related to excess government benefits. Unemployment and stimulus checks allows more freedom for people who would normally stay home and fight.

A record 34% of household income in 2021 comes from government benefits.

If the Miami brawls weren't bad enough, two brawls broke at Chicago's O'Hare Airport this week.

This time the combatants were Black women. Hair extensions and wigs littered the concourse as the two groups of women fought.

Once again, concerned white people stepped in to break up the fights.

Watch the video below.

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Viral video surfaced on Wednesday, showing the late rapper King Von's sister, Kayla B fighting with another Instagram personality, Cuban Doll, 22.

The two women decided to take their disagreement to the streets after going back and forth with each other on social media.

Kayla B, a 5'-7", 28-year-old entrepreneur, got the best of the Doll by pulling a Mike Tyson and biting the influencer on her forehead.

Kayla's brother King Von, 26, was shot during an altercation outside an Atlanta nightclub on November 6. He later died from his injuries at Grady Hospital. His killer, aspiring rapper and gangbanger Timothy Leeks is being held in the crowded Fulton County Jail without bond.

Kayla and Von grew up in separate households in the Chicago area. The fight allegedly stemmed from Cuban Doll dissing Von.

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A woman was tasered on a Spirit Airlines plane during a brawl over face masks. Video footage recorded by another passenger shows a woman in a striped shirt throwing punches at passengers who complained about her not wearing a mask.

The woman, later identified as Nyasy Veronique Payne, was tasered by police who boarded the plane after it landed in San Juan, Puerto Rico from Newark, New Jersey on Sunday.

Payne, who wore a mask under her chin, was traveling with a female companion who is seen in the video attempting to break up the fight.

"Stop! Stop! Calm down! she is heard screaming in the video. Payne is seen climbing on seats and swimming wildly at a man in a white T-shirt.

The other passengers described the male-identified lesbian as "aggressive, hostile and defiant" during the flight.

Payne was arrested and booked into jail, where she is being held on $150,000 bail.

Fights over face masks have become a common occurrence on domestic and international commercial flights amid the coronavirus outbreak.

All U.S. based airlines require passengers to wear face masks over their noses and mouths throughout the duration of the flight.