NEW YORK - Authorities in New York raided what was described as an illegal fight club in the Bronx.
The New York City Sheriffs Department says that deputies went into a warehouse on Coster St. hosting "Rumble in the Bronx" at about 11:15 p.m.
They found more than 200 people inside, a violation of emergency orders limiting crowd sizes.
Ten organizers were cited for holding illegal combat, operating without a liquor license, and other charges. Sheriff's deputies say they also found loaded guns in the club.
The underground fight club Rumble in the Bronx was founded by a man who goes by the name Killa Mike. It even has a YouTube page showing fights.
A video uploaded over the weekend showed people packed in around the ring with no one wearing masks. It was unclear if it was from the night the event was raided.
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