Lingerie Football League Brawl Video: Watch Philadelphia Passion Fists Fly

Kyle Vassalo@VassaloBRFeatured ColumnistDecember 13, 2011

For those who believe the attire of members of the lingerie football league means these girls aren't serious about what they do, let me direct your attention to this video of Philadelphia Passion going berserk on their equally feisty opponent.

The LFL knows sex sells, but don't think for a second that these girls aren't competing. Their uniforms leave little to imagination and it's not a secret why many of the fans gather at arenas, but these girls aren't immune to getting in a little scrap if the opportunity presents itself.

The scrum was brief, but it was enough to send the crowd into a frenzy.

While fighting in the LFL isn't allowed to occur, as it is in hockey, it certainly has the power to get an audience going.

It's safe to say that the majority of people in the audience are more than happy to watch those on the field take part in a mini cat fight.

An NFL fight of this magnitude would be leaving those involved with a check from the commissioner, but for an up and coming league like the LFL, this sort of viral video is exactly the sort of exposure they need to continue to expand.

The refs seem fairly intent on getting right in the middle of the melee to break it up. I can't imagine why they would be so eager to put themselves in "harm's" way.

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