In recent days in Mexico City the festival THE WORLD IS A VAMPIRE was held in which there was a special presentation of Triple A.
During the day of the event, which was held at the Foro Sol, the controversial television host Adrián Marcelo was doing an interview, but everything got out of control and ended with violence. While Adrián Marcelo was asking Chessman some questions, the fighter seems to have become enraged with the interviewer’s words and ended up giving him a good blow to the neck.
After bending over, Marcelo stood up again and drank a beer that some of the fans who were near that place gave him. Already with the glass full of the drink already mentioned, he threw it at Chessman, who tried to react again, but was stopped by other fighters who were there.
The driver also said some things to Chessman again, but they still grabbed him among other people to prevent the fight from getting bigger.
Adrián Marcelo asked Triple A for an explanation after these events
Adrián Marcelo published a video on social networks where he asks for an explanation from Triple A, the company to which Chessman belongs. “I specifically ask Dorian (Roldan, CEO of Triple A) If they are going to clarify something, if there is going to be a statement, because if I don’t see it in the following days, this very week I file a lawsuit and it’s simple. There are many items for you to process. I want to hear an explanation from the director of Triple A as to why Chesman did that,” said the driver.
Is it something planned?
After this fight in the Foro Sol during THE WORLD IS A VAMPIRE festival, there are those who say that all this is something planned. For example, a user explains that there are small details that could show that it is something that was already agreed upon, for example, the fact that Marcelo received a glass of beer that was full and ready for the driver to throw it at the fighter.
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