Watch ESPN's E:60 Feature On Miami-Dade's Backyard Fight King
The mini-doc opens with a narrator describing Harris's Perrine home: "Not far from the glamor of South Beach, in an out of the way corner of Miami is a sunburnt patch of land known to fight fanatics as America's mecca for backyard brawling."
From there, the producers tell the tale about the unsanctioned bare knuckle, no rules bouts that go down in Perrine. ESPN also introduces viewers to John "Boom-Boom" Andre, a 42-year-old 140-pound pizza maker who made $1,500 from one of Dada's fights. "I'm a champ without a belt," Boom-Boom explains. "I've been getting in trouble since 1988. I robbed people. I stole cars. I beat cops up. I went to prison."
Watch what happens when Boom-Boom gets in the ring below:
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