Biggins’ Throw Haymakers In Austin Like They’re Fighting Over A Cheeseburger — Oh Hell Nah!

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I’m told Austin, Texas used to be cool.

Based on the social media content that comes out of Austin on a weekly basis, the place looks like it’s Worldstar Hip Hop coming to life in human form. There’s not a week that goes by when some Worldstarrrrrr content isn’t spewing out of 6th Street where professional cameramen now just wait for people to start fighting.

How do I know there are professionals just waiting for the content? Because they keep recording the content in beautiful horizontal 4k quality. That’s how pros operate and that’s exactly what we got Saturday night when a mob of biggins’ started throwing bombs.


There was probably some sort of disrespect and all of a sudden it was biggin’ on biggin’ crime. It was like they were fighting over the last cheeseburger before Mcdonald’s closed at 3 a.m. It was like one of those fights you see when some biggin’ starts running her mouth to a McDonald’s manager about how she shortchanged her on fries.

You get the point. Let’s get to the action.

Great action, right?

Social media experts say this was most likely shot in cinematic mode on the new iPhone. “(T)his is a work of art actually. props to the person with the iphone 14 pro on a gimbal,” one person chimed in.

“Frame rate of at least 60,” another expert declared.

“It’s a DSLR or mirrorless camera with a nice lens,” claimed another.

It’s not clear who is behind the TX Street Fights TV videos that are all the rage on Twitter right now, but the entrepreneur is even blurring out the nudity that typically pops up during these street brawls when combatants start grabbing for weavs.

Take this street battle from Friday night. Just watch how this video is shot and stick with it to the end. This is a pro at work, folks.

BTW, remind me to never visit 6th Street. I’m out. I’ll let someone else record this craziness for my enjoyment.

Written by Joe Kinsey

Joe Kinsey is the Senior Director of Content of OutKick and the editor of the Morning Screencaps column that examines a variety of stories taking place in real America.

Kinsey is also the founder of OutKick’s Thursday Night Mowing League, America’s largest virtual mowing league.

Kinsey graduated from University of Toledo.

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