Jake Shields saves man from beating during riot

A unidentified man was rescued by Jake Shields during a UC Berkeley riot. Former UFC fighter Jake Shields came to the rescue of a man who was being beaten by masked men. A speaking appearance by Milo Yiannopoulos caused a protest, the protest started peaceful and then turned violent.

Nearly 1,500 people gathered to protest at UC Berkeley. According to the university, there was about 150 masked trouble makers. The masked people threw rocks and fireworks at Police. Six people were treated for minor injuries. The speaking appearance of Milo Yiannopoulos was canceled.

“You guys have your faces covered, you’re attacking people, you’re being [expletive] fascists,” Shields said to one of the demonstrators in a video he posted on his twitter about the incident. Shields said that the man he defended was being attacked for supporting Donald Trump. Shields said the Police that were there just stood and watched. Shields last fought at WSOF 34 against Jon Fitch for the welterweight title, Shields lost by decision.

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