Cycling and boxing seem an odd mix, but these two professional cyclists traded some decent blows after a tangle during the Volta a Portugal race.
With temperatures soaring on the 155-kilometre stage from Oliveira do Bairro to Viseu, tensions became heated between Vicente de Mateus from Spain and Italian Enrico Rossi after crashing on a roundabout near the end of the stage.
Cyclist in Tour of Portugal punch-up
Italian rider Enrico Ross and Vicente de Mateus from Spain came to blows after both crashed in the race to the finish line in stage six of the Volta a Portugal.
The action was captured by a helicopter filming the race and showed Rossi lashing out before De Mateus got a decent response in.
"I was going over the line and then he ran into me, so we overturned. Then he stood and shouted at me so I hit him," Rossi told Danish TV channel TV2.
Rossi's team boss, Bo Hamburger, defended his rider: "The adrenaline was running high and they collided at high speed. If you put yourself in his position then you can understand why he hit him."