Animals

Royal rumble: Kittens claw each other and start their own wrestling match on a £1.64 arena

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Kittens have been seen sorting out their differences and grabbing eachother by the scruff of their neck on a miniature wrestling ring in Texas.

Ashley Ward, 36, filmed two of her rescue kittens clawing and pecking each other’s faces while her other ginger kitty watches on enviously and tries to get in on the fight.

And the video has already gone viral – with Ashley writing on social media how her pets are ‘exhausted from becoming the world’s cutest wrestlers overnight! Over 8 million views in less than 48 hours. So crazy!’

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In the clip, the strawberry-blonde kitten makes a few swings with its paws from outside the net before launching itself at the barrier and trying to grab a bite of one of the other’s tails – on the mini WWE Wrestlemania arena bought at a thrift store on Monday.

Meanwhile the two inside the ring get increasingly heated and the pawing of eachother’s bodies leads one of the kitten’s to fall off at the Denton home in Texas.

The kitten is filmed languishing from the side of the net and catching its breath while the other cream kitten leans over and continues to bite at its fur.

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https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7404295/Kittens-claw-eachother-start-wrestling-match-1-64-ring-bought-Texas.html#v-8875894610036111355

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