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Nathan MacKintosh and Louis Adolphe fought in the ninth bout of the evening in front of a packed SSE Arena that ended in brutal fashion. The referee in charge had paused the bout for a brief moment during which Adolphe knocked McKintosh out cold.

After the big screen replay, the crowd started booing and Adolphe raised his middle fingers in the air. Adolphe was then officially disqualified.

As the event moved on, another serious and violent incident happened backstage. 

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