Fights which break out in public places like bars and workers' dorms such as at Foxconn are a lot of fun. So much so, that societies make elaborate laws in hopes of preventing them. The reasonable man (or woman) will think twice before uttering the few words which could set off an altercation or hang around once one gets started.
So, it's simply media, like the LA TIMES, trying to get attention when there are the global headlines about the brawl at Foxconn. Sure, the fight was a big one, involving about 2000. But it was likely no different than the "buckets of blood" which flow at neighborhood bars on a Saturday night.