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Financiers' Live Their Dream of Being in a Fight Club...and Help Rake in Some Money for Charity

We're always amused with how the financial communtity goes about raising money for a good cause.

Whether it's Wall Street's notorious eating contests, or betting a colleague to participate in the Ironman with no training, you can always count on them to find a way to take testosterone to the next level.

So needless to say, we didn't find it suprising that over 44 Hong Kong hedge fund managers decided to hop into the ring Thursday night and beat the hell out of each other to raise some dough for a good cause.

Kudos to them though, they managed to beat $1 million out of donors to give to Operation Smile, a charity that focuses on helping heal facial deformities.

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