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Bloody sport


15:59, May 04, 2012

Afei, a semi-pro boxer, won his match at a nightclub in Chongqing, April 29, 2012.

Afei, 22, is from Luzhou, Sichuan province, and has been a lover of martial arts since childhood. After training, he began taking part in some commercial matches. He faces the occasional bloody result, but he remains silent on his compensation.

The crowd cheers for the effort made by the boxers, sometimes even the bloodbecomes a source of excitement. Three rallies in each round, and 200 yuan rewarded to both boxers, no matter who wins. Afei says the ultimate winner is the boss, as a large profit is made through the sale of drinks. Besides, boxing is only one of the many lucrative methods used by those clubs.


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