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Guy Fieri Fights With Hairdresser; Punching, Kicking, Crying Ensues (Video)

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It was bound to happen, wasn't it? Guy Fieri was caught fighting with his hairdresser, Ariel Ramirez, in San Francisco. We're not sure what happened, but looking at Fieri, we're guessing someone finally gave the Food Network host a mirror.

According to TMZ, the two men had just landed at San Francisco International airport after drinking on the flight and, like any two mature, level-headed men, decided to start punching and kicking each other.

Watch the video, which includes Ramirez crying and cursing the chef. Could it be possible that Ramirez found out just what's actually in the donkey sauce at Guy's American Kitchen and Bar in New York City?

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