Full video of fight between officials and footballers Kokorin and Mamayev published
Alexander Kokorin was the first to come to Denis Pak.
Full video of a fight staged by football players Alexander Kokorin and Pavel Mamayev in the Coffeemania has been published by REN TV channel.
Athletes were staying near a table of high-ranking official of the Ministry of Industry and Trade Denis Pak and the general director of NAMI (developer of Aurus presidential cars) Sergey Gaisin for 12 minutes. Alexander Kokorin was the first to come to their table.
The footballer immediately grabbed a chair. Someone tried to stop the athlete, but he managed to hit Pak on his had. After that, Kokorin Jr. hit Pak with his fist. The café’s staff and visitors tried to calm down the company.
It is noteworthy that Denis Pak did not show aggression in response. The video shows him talking to his opponents. Later, Kokorin Sr. left the conversation, but his brother was still "trying to start a fight."
The football player was watching the situation with a smile, embracing with a girl, then with a friend. The cafe guards tried to calm them down. Then, Pavel Mamayev, who eventually joined the conflict, hit Director General of NAMI Sergey Gaisin, who tried to calm the footballers down, in the face. Then a friend of football players, Alexander Protasovitsky, tried to suffocate Gaisin.
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