Vicious Fight Breaks Out Between Two Women During Atlanta Braves Game

Video footage has emerged showing two women fighting at Truist Park during the MLB game between the Atlanta Braves and the Cincinnati Reds.

The clip was shared by the Everything Georgia Twitter account along with the caption "Braves game got out of control tonight."

The video shows two women tussling on the ground of the stadium's concession area on Wednesday night.

Soon others intervene and attempt to pull the women apart as they grab each other's hair.

The clip ends with a police officer detaining one of the women involved in the fight.

The officer is seen placing the woman in handcuffs as she lays face down.

It is unclear why the fight started or what happened to the second woman involved in the altercation.

The video has since been viewed more than 300,000 times on Twitter.

Braves game got out of control tonight. 😳🥊

— Everything Georgia (@GAFollowers) August 12, 2021

The incident was also discussed elsewhere on social media.

"Anyone else see the tweet about the fight happening at the game," tweeted @OKLighting in reply to the Braves' official Twitter account posting a video of the moment second baseman Ozzie Albies hit the game-winning home run.

"FIGHT AT THE BRAVES GAME???," tweeted @97soroka before later adding "girlie got arrested."

The Atlanta Police Department has been contacted for comment.

Albies' three-run homer with two outs in the 11th inning gave the Atlanta Braves a dramatic 8-6 win.

"When you don't win one like this, it's a kick in the gut," manager Brian Snitker told after the game. "When you do, there's nothing like it."

The Braves have now won seven of their last eight games and are currently joint top of the National League East standings along with the Philadelphia Phillies.

"You can't win the division tomorrow, but it's good to be where we're at," Snitker said. "We're relevant. We're playing meaningful games."

Albies, who now has home runs in two of his past three games, has praised the momentum of the Braves, having been four places off the top spot at the start of August.

"The team is rolling," Albies said. "Everybody is feeding off each other right now."

Albies also his original intention was not to go for a home run when he stepped up to face former Brave pitcher Lucas Sims.

"When I got to home plate, I was thinking of tying the ballgame with a base hit," Albies said. "But I got the pitch I was looking for in a hitter's count and I did what I had to do."

The Cincinnati Reds have now lost their last three games.

Atlanta Braves fight
A general view of Truist Park prior to Game One of the National League Wild Card Series between the Cincinnati Reds and Atlanta Braves at Truist Park on September 30, 2020 in Atlanta, Georgia.