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In honor of THN's new Fighting Issue, check out this insane brawl from 2006

Watch as a game between Chinese and Japanese teams turns into an all-out brawl the likes of which is rarely seen. Look out for flying players.
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With THN's Fighting Issue hitting newsstands this week, it's a good time to look back on one of the craziest on-ice brawls you will ever see.

Who knew that when it comes to hockey, Japan and China are rivals the likes of Canada and Russia.

This video, which comes from a user on video sharing site LiveLeak, shows an all out brawl between two teams – one reportedly from China and the other from Japan. There’s bodies flying during this all-out brawl:

(WARNING: Some language is not suitable for children)

There’s little in the way of details about the brawl, and it looks like it’s taking place between teams that aren’t much older than 14 or 15. There are a few memorable moments in the video, several of which are players leaping in to the aid of a teammate.

Let’s hope everyone was all right at the end of the punch-up and that the two teams got it out of their system after letting loose on each other.

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