Video footage has emerged of what looks like a real-life fight club.
The video shows two young students boxing with gloves, but without protective gear, while other students cheer and record them on cell phones in a locker room, CBS reports. The boys are on the junior varsity baseball team at Victory Valley High School in Victorville, Calif.
It was taken by an unidentified concerned parent, whose child doesn't attend the school. The parent said coaches have supported fights where the last boy standing wins as a way for players to resolve their differences. Since this video came to light, parents have expressed outrage at the lack of adult supervision.
The principal said students told him the brawl happened on one day, but the parent said the fact that students are wearing different clothing means it happened more than once. In the video above, you can see two different videos of boys in different clothing fighting.
According to ABC, school district officials think it was a planned fight, rather than spontaneous.
Until the Victor Valley Union High School District has completed its investigation into the incident, the players aren't allowed to go into the changing rooms without adult supervision.