A groom's first dance turned into a brawl when he choke-slammed his best man through a table during a mock wedding brawl.
The shocking footage shows the newly-wed pull off his best Undertaker impression, grabbing his mate by the throat before picking him up and throwing him through the piece of furniture.
Now a bit of fisticuffs at a wedding is not unheard of - a few drinks and a lot of people can make for a feisty atmosphere - but fortunately there was no malice involved here and the whole thing had been planned out and rehearsed beforehand.
In the short video the pair are surrounded by a circle of guests, squaring up to one another. After a bit of pushing ans shoving, the disgruntled bestie looks out at their audience before saying: "You asked for it, brother."
And in true WWE style, the best man rips off his jack and throws it to the ground, shuffling over to the onlooking guests, taunting the dapper groom and even doing a little dance for their pumped-up audience.
The groom and best man put on a show for the wedding guests. Credit: Triangle News
But amidst all his showboating, the pink-shirted boaster fails to notice the groom waiting for him with his arm out, priming himself to lay the smackdown on this sucker.
As he turns round to face his opponent, the groom swings his arm, gripping him by the throat and dragging him across the dance floor.
And despite the best man's pleas for his mate to reconsider, the groom gives him one last look before picking him up and sending him crashing through the neatly placed table.
The crown goes wild, with the bride especially impressed by her new husband's physical prowess. To add insult to injury, he then looks down at his best man, mimicking the 'you can't see me' celebration of WWE legend John Cena.
The cocky best man was eventually thrown through a table in true Undertaker style. Credit: Triangle News
Fully suited-and-booted groomsmen then pile into the makeshift ring to congratulate their friend and mock the best man lying in the wreckage.
The video - which has been viewed more than four million times - was titled 'Guy in the pink deserves an Academy Award tonight for this performance'.
One person commented on it: "Well now I know what we are doing at all of our weddings."
Another impressed viewer then said he wanted a pal to help him recreate it too saying: "I need you to be the guy in the pink at my wedding... you in?"
Featured Image Credit: Triangle News