A video has gone crazy viral after an indie wrestler's crotch fire gets out of control in Indianapolis.

In the viral video that has been viewed well over a million times in the last 3 days, you can see a wrestler stand above another wrestler and douse his crotch area with what appears to be lighter fluid.  He then ignites the area with a lighter.  It's just a small flame at first.  The fire quickly builds and the man that lit him on fire comes at the burning man with a weed wacker.  Ah yes, the ole weed wacker, fire crotch stunt.  The burning man does the opposite of what we all learned at school.  Instead of stop, drop and roll; he got up and ran around spectators and mistakenly fanned his own flames.  Check out the video below found on Big Lee's World's YouTube page.

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There are a couple different angles and many copies of the same video floating around Twitter and Facebook right now.  It was this video from Ally @blazexx3 that garnered the most attention on twitter.  It's been viewed 1.2 million times as of 7:05 A.M. on May 18th.

JJ Allin is the man who's crotch was on fire in the viral video.  He wanted to let everyone know that he is sorry for freaking them out and that he is fine in this facebook post.

Moral of the story?  Kids, don't play with fire.

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