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Classroom turns into WWE as angry students fight with their class teacher

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A classroom in South Africa turned into a makeshift wrestling ring when a student and a male teacher engaged in a physical altercation, reminiscent of a WWE match.

A video circulating on social media shows the heated confrontation escalating into an exchange of blows between the male student and his teacher. The incident has sparked widespread criticism online, with social media users divided over who is to blame.

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Some viewers faulted the student for a lack of respect and manners, while others criticized the teacher for failing to manage his anger and maintain professionalism.

Among the comments posted by netizens were:

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  • “The problem is the teacher in many cases. If the teacher is a problem, many kids will start hating you and always complaining about you. Some teachers think they own kids, forcing them to do homework, and treating them badly, maybe because of how they appear.”
  • “The teacher could have handled the situation in a professional manner instead of disappointing himself in this way.”
  • “Teachers go through a lot with these unruly kids.”
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The incident underscores the challenges and tensions in educational environments, highlighting the need for better conflict resolution and professional conduct in schools.

Watch the video below;

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