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'Sons of Anarchy' teaser shows club brawl

The "Sons of Anarchy" come out swinging in this teaser for the show's upcoming sixth season, which is set to begin in September on FX.

The network on Thursday released the teaser, which shows Jax (Charlie Hunnam) fighting with Clay (Ron Perlman) while Bobby (Mark Boone Junior) tries to keep Tara (Maggie Siff) and Gemma (Katey Sagal) from tearing each other apart.

Hopefully this is a sign that Tara, who was led away in handcuffs at the end of last season, will be out and able to tell Jax what a scary ahole he's becoming.

Season 5 was filled with betrayal and bloodshed, but show creator Kurt Sutter promises the most violent season yet come September. That fits with the clip: The whole club seems to be going after each other.

So buckle up for another intense season.


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