B.J. PENN FIGHTS STRIP CLUB BOUNCER IN STREET

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UFC Hall of Famer B.J. Penn" href="http://m.tmz.com/#!celebs/bio/bj-penn/" class="ui-link" style="color: rgb(207, 0, 0); font-weight: 700; font-family: RobotoCondensed; font-size: 16.639999389648438px; -webkit-tap-highlight-color: rgba(0, 0, 0, 0); -webkit-text-size-adjust: 100%; text-shadow: 0px 0px 0px !important;">B.J. Penn got into a fight with a bouncer at a strip club in Honolulu late Monday night ... with the altercation spilling onto the street ... and TMZ Sports has the video.

We spoke with the owner of Club Femme Nu who told us Penn was escorted out of the bar around midnight because he was acting "very drunk."

While the 40-year-old MMA legend was being escorted out, things turned physical -- and Penn began to fight the door guy.



Multiple witnesses watched as Penn -- a former UFC lightweight and welterweight champion -- smothered the door guy to the ground and took control over the other man. At one point, you can see Penn shoving his forearm into the other man's throat.

Several men can be heard asking B.J. to stop fighting and let the guy up -- but he never does.

One of the bystanders finally decides he's seen enough and begins punching Penn in the head in an attempt to end the fight ... but the other men call him off, so B.J. and the bouncer can finish their fight 1-on-1.



Eventually, someone calls the cops and we're told several squad cars arrived at the scene -- but B.J. had already left the premises by the time the officers got there.

Attempts to reach Penn for comment were unsuccessful
 

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Hope BJ finds some peace man.

Bar fights at 40 just don't sound appeasing.
He's the product of growing up a rich, privileged kid in Hawaii. Growing up to be one of the most naturally talented fighters in the world without putting in the work to do it. He's only surrounded himself with Yes Men, and now he's freaking out because he can't cope with adversity. I think there are better people with worse situations to worry about on this planet.
 

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He's the product of growing up a rich, privileged kid in Hawaii. Growing up to be one of the most naturally talented fighters in the world without putting in the work to do it. He's only surrounded himself with Yes Men, and now he's freaking out because he can't cope with adversity. I think there are better people with worse situations to worry about on this planet.
And lots of cocaine.
 

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He's the product of growing up a rich, privileged kid in Hawaii. Growing up to be one of the most naturally talented fighters in the world without putting in the work to do it. He's only surrounded himself with Yes Men, and now he's freaking out because he can't cope with adversity. I think there are better people with worse situations to worry about on this planet.
So much this. So fucking much.
 

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“Just Scrap” isn’t a slogan, it’s a way of life.

Also, BJ’s top game has really fallen off.
 

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Was a NC but we'll fucking take it!
:rofl::rofl:

An active and beloved former two-division champion losing drunken fights to bouncers. #MmaThings

EDIT CORRECTION: An active and beloved former two-division champion NC'ing drunken fights to bouncers. #MmaThings
 

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