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forget bollywood, mumbai enjoys fight nights
Small wooden doors in the studio building deep in the heart of Mumbai squeak, music and beer
The crowded crowd and two rainy people punched and kicked each other on the temporary ring.
Welcome to India\'s own night of battle.
About three years ago, full contact with the tournament (FCC)
A company set up to promote mixed martial arts, \"Battle Night\" is slowly gaining popularity in India, a country where people traditionally don\'t want to spend money to see others beaten in front of them.
But as globalization continues to evolve, and as many years of watching professional wrestling programs abroad grow, young Indians have already tasted what it is like to witness real things with their own eyes.
\"The first time I entered the battle circle, I paused for a few seconds.
There are so many people cheering for me, especially girls, \"said Sangram\" Slammer \"who blushed at 21-year-old Bhakre. year-
Old juggling martial arts.
Sangm is also preparing for his third game.
The annual college exam, a trained wrest wrestler, boxer and martial arts fighter, is a hero in his local club in Kolhapur, 400 km Town (250 miles)
He, like many young fighters who took part in combat nights, is young people trained in different types of martial arts, who come from small towns, where such training is becoming more and more popular.
Sangram arrived at India\'s business and financial center by bus for 9 hours
He travels twice a year.
The boxers came to make quick money and the audience cheered for them.
A fighter can earn 10,000 to 20,000 Indian rupees ($200-$300)
From a game that sometimes lasts less than a minute.
India\'s average monthly income is about Rs 4,416, according to government data.
Organized in the evening by Prashant Kumar, a well-trained mixed martial arts fighter who runs an advertising company, said he had dreamed of bringing it to India since he first saw the concept in the United States a decade ago.
\"The audience increases with each battle night, because it is a cheap live entertainment model for large consumers in the city,\" Kumar said . \".
\"People are bored with watching sports on TV.
They want to see and feel its pulse by a few meters away from the action.
\"The Night of battle takes place at the hiring Studio in Mumbai, otherwise used for Bollywood film shooting.
The audience is mainly invited through social networking sites such as word of mouth and Facebook.
The whole event usually lasts 3 hours and takes about 8 to 9 games in different weight categories.
Ten rounds per round-
In 12 minutes, most of them ended in knockout matches.
After the party every night.
Kumar offers free admission in each battle night pass along with two cans of beer.
\"For me, parties are money and popular tickets among girls of boys who like to fight in college,\" said a young soldier who did not want to be named, because his parents have not yet found him in the competition.
The audience includes expats working in multinational corporations, young men and women, and sometimes even family members --
Anyone who can distribute Rs 1,000 ($20)for a ticket.
Anubhav, 30, exclaimed: \"I can\'t believe I saw this in Mumbai . \"year-old banker.
\"I will bring 10 friends next time.
This is great.
This is the true action of blood purity.