BEN STOKES faces being banned from the England cricket team after a video emerged of him punching two people in a shocking street brawl.
WHO IS BEN STOKES?
Stokes is an England cricketer, who also played for the Durham county team.
He was born in Christchurch, New Zealand, who moved to the UK at a young age.
The 26-year-old made his debut for England in 2011 in a one-day international against Ireland in August 2011.
He is an all-rounder, which means he can bat high in the order, but also bowls well.
Stokes holds the record for the fastest ever Test double-hundred for England.
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WHAT HAPPENED DURING THE FIGHT?
Stokes broke his hand during the fight and faces a battle to be fit for the First Ashes test in Australia.
He thumped two men during the brawl in Bristol at 2.35am on Monday.
He was arrested for suspected actual bodily harm and released without charge while police investigate.
The England Cricket Board is investigating the incident, as are Avon and Somerset Police.
Stokes had an X-ray on Tuesday which revealed he had a fracture to the side of his right hand below the little finger.
It will take around six weeks to heal, and will miss warm-up games before the tough tour of Australia.