Check Out This Epic Buck Fight [VIDEO]

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Facebook user Tom A. went to go check his trail cams one rainy morning…and caught the live show of a lifetime.

Just a yards away, two good-sized whitetail bucks started to rumble.

The epic buck fight went back and forth for a few minutes, neither animal able to get a leg up on his opponent.

The bucks were so close you can hear them snorting and breathing heavily. At one point, they were just a few feet away from Tom.

Check it out:


With the rain this morning I decided to go around and check all my trail cams. While walking through the farm I came across these two mature bucks in a knock-down drag-out fight. It was an intense thing to be so close to a couple of wild animals who had only one thing on their minds. Easily one of the neatest things I've encountered in the woods. Sorry for the bad footage, I'm just happy I had my phone with me to get what I did on video. I hope you enjoy.

Posted by Todd Anderson on Sunday, November 12, 2017


Great stuff!

“It was an intense thing to be so close to a couple of wild animals who had only one thing on their minds,” Tom said in his Facebook post. “Easily one of the neatest things I’ve encountered in the woods.”

After several minutes, one buck manages to get the upper hand on the other, and the loser runs off.

Cool footage.



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