In Uppercut, the concept of violence as reality check is at the core. Gints Klimanis and his fellow fighters engage in 60-second garage-based warfare as a reminder, to themselves if no one else, that they are more than their work. It’s the pursuit of living life a little deeper, as Klimanis says toward the end of the film. For many of these men, the fights are as much a defining moment as writing code or engineering software.
No idea about the context of this video other than that it appears to be at an amusement park, perhaps behind the stage of an ongoing concert, and possibly in a country that is not the United States. In any case, these mascots are pretty pissed. Video inside.