Chris Scarface Willmore runs a backyard fight club called Streetbeefs to keep violence off the streets.
Chris “Scarface” Wilmore hosts events at various locations across the East Coast with their main base of operations being in Harrisonburg, Virginia.
Wilmore, who is called “Scarface” and sometimes just “Face”, founded the fight club “Streetbeefs” in his Harrisonburg backyard in 2008. His goal at the time was to create a safe place for people in his community to resolve disputes.
Streetbeefs Scrapyard is the Pacific Northwest’s backyard fighting organization based in Gig Harbor. It’s an offshoot of the largest backyard fighting group in the US, Streetbeefs, which formed in 2008.
Street Beefs produced more than 220 videos in 2018. The top video with 20 million views is from 2013. Fighters are not paid and there is no admission fee, so Street Beefs is outside of state licensing, according to state and local officials. p>
Summary. Streetbeefs Westcoast is scheduled for their 10th event in Las Vegas. There will be championship fights, meat fights, highly anticipated fights,…
If you and your friends fight in the backyard, you may all be subject to the misdemeanor of fighting, which is a public fight, even if the fight is on private property, and if all the combatants agree are.
Essentially, dueling is still legal under Sections 22.01 and 22.06 of the Texas Penal Code. The law states that any two persons who feel the need to fight may agree to and do so (but only with fists) by signed or even verbal or tacit communication in a mutual fight.
The New York Times
“For StreetBeefs, the rules are simple: 2 fighters, 3 rounds, no biting, no eye gouging, no groin, no throat cutting” – and no weapons.
Don’t miss it. You can watch it live on our YouTube channel on Saturday, July 9th at 11:00am CT.
We are the Pacific Northwest branch of STREETBEEFS based in Washington State. I’m Firechicken, I run this store.
Fighting itself isn’t illegal if both parties consent to it, but that doesn’t mean you won’t be charged with some version of a crime, such as disorderly conduct or assault. Whether your actions are legal or illegal depends on the circumstances – reason, location, violence, etc.
As recently as 2016, the Florida State Boxing Commission was unequivocally stating that BKB is illegal in the state, with the agency stating that “bare knucklefighting is illegal in Florida. Therefore, the Florida State Boxing Commission will not sanction a bare knuckle fight event.