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Reader: If you kick the bouncer's ass at Xtreme Action, do you drink for free?

Xtreme Action, a locally owned bar that celebrates mixed martial arts, just opened on the 16th Street Mall (actually, above the 16th Street Mall -- it's on the second floor of a building at the corner of 16th and Champa) and readers and customers alike are getting a kick out of the concept. See also: First look at Xtreme Action, an MMA bar, on the 16th Street Mall

Says Clint:

If you can kick the bouncer's ass, do you drink for free?
How do you think Xtreme Action will fit in with the rest of the action on the 16th Street Mall?

Post your thoughts below, and read many more comments here, where you can also see more photos of Xtreme Action.

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