Knockout Game Fail Leaves Man Brutally Beaten In Mall After He Sucker Punches The Wrong Woman (Video)

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The resurgence of the knockout game is getting so much attention that lots of people are now watching their backs a bit more closely.

That’s what we concluded from this video in which some pathetic assh*le trying to hit a girl winds up getting beat down by his target and a passerby outraged at what he just saw.

The guy runs up behind a girl and the next thing you know, he’s curled up on the ground getting punched in the head and kicked in the ribs.

H/T: Guyism, Top Photo Courtesy: YouTube

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