Friday Night Throwdown Brings Bout to Brooklyn

Posted on: December 13th, 2012 at 6:27 am by

Seemingly everything is moving to Brooklyn from the Lower East Side these days. Fashion flight, food flight, and now a case of fight flight. Indeed, the uber-secretive Friday Night Throwdown underground boxing crossed the East River for its most recent bout. So hush-hush is the event that location is not revealed until one hour before the bell. No word yet on whether this move out to the boroughs is permanent.

Clayton Patterson was in attendance, and captured the following sweaty sights.

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