A brawl between Rebels boss Nick Martin and a Hell’s Angel’s sergeant-at-arms was allegedly sparked over a disagreement to share control of a beachside suburb.
Martin came to blows with Dayne Brajkovich at The Sandbar in Scarborough, Perth, in November 2020.
The former boss is understood to have wanted to set down roots for the Rebels bikie gang and set up a tattoo parlour in the beachside suburb.
The suburb is controlled by the Hells Angels and the bikie gang did not want to share the territory, The West Australian reported.
A brawl between Rebels boss Nick Martin (pictured) and a Hell’s Angel’s sergeant-at-arms was allegedly sparked over a disagreement to share control of a beachside suburb
Martin came to blows with Dayne Brajkovich (pictured) at The Sandbar in Scarborough, Perth, in November 2020
Martin’s proposal was violently rejected when the Rebels boss exchanged a series of punches with Brajkovich at the bar
Martin’s proposal was violently rejected when the Rebels boss exchanged a series of punches with Brajkovich at the bar.
Security cameras filmed the two men speaking with each other and shaking hands before coming to blows among staff and patrons.
Pub goers can be seen in the footage running away from the scuffle as furniture is tossed around the bar during the violent fight.
A man wearing a white shirt lands several huge punches and knees in the brawl while horrified onlookers watch on.
Less than two weeks later Martin was gunned down at a drag race at Kwinana Motorplex on December 12.
Comancheros bikie member David James Pye is accused of ordering the $300,000 hit on Mr Martin and has been charged with murder.
Pye allegedly paid a 35-year-old former special forces soldier to take out his underworld rival, who has confessed to being the triggerman.
Detectives questioned Mr Pye in March after the gunman was charged, but did not arrest him until November 2021.
Pye is also accused of ordering hits on a 35-year-old woman and a 35-year-old bikie from another gang who lives overseas.
He is charged with one count of murder, two counts of inciting another to commit murder, one count of intent to endanger the life, health or safety of any person and two counts of dealing with property used in connection with a crime.
Comancheros bikie member David James Pye is accused of ordering the $300,000 hit on Mr Martin and has been charged with murder
Nick Martin (pictured) was shot in the back at the Perth Motorplex on December 12 in front of horrified families who were trying to watch the nitro cars high-octane drag racing
During a hearing in Perth Magistrates Court in November, state prosecutor Nick John, acting on behalf of the Commissioner of Police, brought forward an application seeking to suppress Mr Pye’s identity for his safety, The West Australian reported.
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