"Round 2! Ready? Fight!"
Nearing the close of the 2018 year, a ton has happened since last year in 2017. However, we can't stress enough that some things never change, and are here to stick around.
As a result keeping updated on the list of videos posted on our previous article Casinos Fights and Fights at Casinos, several videos have been taken down likely in the advent of bringing attention to authorities about the commotion going on in casinos. (Hey, they should pay us to do the work for them. Seriously, they should.) While we can't say for sure, it ought to open the eyes of the securities keeping the venue as safe and fun as possible. Then again, there'll always be those rotten humans who ruin it for everyone.
After that article was posted, we didn't think that'd be enough to reduce the amount of fights triggered since then. Apparently, more has been posted and shared on popular video sharing websites. The kicker is somehow these videos will circulate to their friends, families and employers forcing them to take legal action against the perpetrator and the one who recorded the entire incident. Do whatever you need to do, but since we're a gaming-laden website, it's something that happens around casino areas and thus must bring to light to our readers and fans. Had we not bring this issue to light, who knows if lives are at risk? Better to know now than later.
The reason being overall? We're at the age when something crazy happens, the [new] natural instinct is to pull out our smartphones and record/live stream the altercation. Without breaking up the fight(s) or getting involved, people show the internet what went on during their visits to publicly shame those responsible for such actions. It's like we're all acting as cops dressed in casual clothing. In other words, no one is safe from public conflict because the internet will find out about it. That ought to give you the spooks, right?
This footage witnesses one of the guys punching a blonde woman to the ground....twice. Does this mean the police don't care? What about the woman, will she file a complaint? Girl, make your voice heard! Stand up for yourself!
I told you: Nothing's changed.
While it may have seemed that the tempers have dwindled, they're still flaring. It's 2018, and people haven't realized that if you trigger an altercation in public, be it road rage or fist fighting, YOU WILL BE RECORDED BY SURROUNDING PATRONS/BYSTANDERS/CUSTOMERS/GUESTS. Frankly, people still don't know those rules and, obviously, haven't visited this website (not sure if they can read, however).
In case you didn't know, Hall of Fame Poker Pro Mike Sexton predicts metal detectors in casinos
may come into actualization. That still won't stop drunks and insecure people from malicious arguments-turned-fights to happen. However, authorities will be at an all-time highest point laying down strict security to eradicate any stuff that may lead to trouble or a massacre/tragedy. I'm not sure if this applies to the stupid fights that happen in casinos recorded by witnesses and on-lookers like the ones listed here—some of whom use those videos to garner more subscribers to their YouTube
channel and/or more followers to their Instagram
accounts. Nevertheless, it's likely that this article will continue to gain more attention with these fights caught on video.
Okay, look, I get it: Some of these fights are funny and ridiculous. Thing is, we all just want to be safe, as some fights are more violent and deadly than others.
After watching enough of these casino fights, it seems there's a lot of anger, and mindless alcoholics, throwing it down within the Planet Hollywood
area. Makes us wonder if the security executives at ph
know about the trouble that occurs outside their own front doors. Sounds like the perfect spot to record fights every Friday and Saturday nights, including holidays!
What's the craziest fight you've ever witnessed at a casino?