There's a new fighting app called Rumblr that is set to debut Monday at 5 p.m. ET.
According to the app's Twitter account, users will only be able to access Rumblr through its website and not via a mobile app. The owners claim it's 100 percent real, although the photos and descriptions of the app seem absurd.
"Rumblr is an app for recreational fighters to find, meet, and fight other brawl enthusiasts nearby," its official website states. "You don’t need to fight to use Rumblr. With Rumblr Explore, anyone can browse and attend fights close by that other Rumblr users have arranged — all for free!"
The app claims to be "Tinder for fighting," referencing the popular dating app. Basically, users will find a match, schedule a fight and then go after one another. In one of the photos promoting the app, a user messages another user saying, "Bro your face is pissing me off. Wanna throw down?"
There's been some backlash to the app for obvious reasons. Setting up amateur fights amongst strangers probably isn't the best idea and could lead to some serious trouble. The owners of the app sort of addressed that issue in an interview with FightState.com.
"What happens when somebody gets killed?" the creator was asked.
"We’re hands-off after the initial matchup. Hopefully, a funeral," they responded.
The Rumblr team also spoke with the New York Daily News and said they aren't in the App Store yet because they have to "hash out legal issues" before Rumblr is approved. They also told the Daily News that 78,000 people have already signed up for beta access to the app.