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Young punk knocked out in one punch from older man in parking lot fight!

Young punk knocked out in one punch from older man in parking lot fight!

chitchatboy

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Have we found Singapore's 'One-punch-man'? For those who don't know that character, it is a Japanese superhero franchise who features Saitama, a superhero who can defeat any opponent with a single punch and seeks to find a worthy foe after growing bored by a lack of challenge due to his overwhelming strength.

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Shared among various whatapp chats and from Facebook pages from late last night is this video where by 4 men could be seen fighting in Golden Mile Complex carpark. At around the 27 second mark, this grey singlet dude threw a big one at one of the men, knocking him out clean. Not that we encourage fighting but that is pretty 'One-punch-man' moment. 

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It is unclear what started the fight.

Check out what netizens have to say about this incident!

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the three learnt the lesson of their life. Especially the boy of London shirt guy, wants to be the one and most aggressive, then got knocked down. The small fellow hide behand a girl.... what a group of brothers!!!! 

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