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In Hungary, martial arts event organized by far-right extremists takes place.

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On Saturday, a mixed martial arts event called European Fight Night was held in Hungary, coinciding with UFC 288 in New Jersey. The event was originally planned to take place in Budapest and was reportedly attended by far-right extremist groups from various parts of Europe.

The occasion was intended to serve as a substitute for the “Kampf der Nibelungen” combat sports event, which was previously organized by neo-Nazis in Germany but has been prohibited since 2019. However, journalist Michael Colborne, who has extensively covered the link between fascist groups and combat sports in Europe, revealed that the event had to be relocated due to the initial venue withdrawing. Despite being held just outside of Budapest, attendance was limited to a mere 100 individuals.

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