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Gamer Turns Wedding Into Epic Fantasy Showdown

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A trip to the altar turns into an epic battle as a "gamer-loving" groom fights off a group of wedding crashers. These crashers include a knight, some ninjas, Ironman and batman.

The groom in the armor, taking on the knight during his vows, is video game developer Adam Bohn.

He got to live out his fantasy and fight the evil villains who tried to steal his bride. He and his fellow groomsmen showed off their martial arts and head-butting skills as they fought off waves and waves of opponents. Eventually, WWE Manager Jimmy Hart walks in and calls a stop to the fight.

All the characters who showed up, including Batman and Ironman, left alone. The priest presiding over the ceremony was obviously in on the whole show. He was unfazed and kept his cool the whole time.

Bohn says that he met his wife about five years ago. She was the only one who didn't call him weird. The two will recreate this epic wedding with their online personas in the game AdventureQuest Worlds, according to Yahoo Shine.

The video on YouTube has gotten more than 300,000 views. All the comments have praised the originality of the wedding.

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