Tulsa police and firefighters battled each other in the first annual Smoke and Guns Fight Night; but Oklahoma children came out the big winners.
Monday, both sides turned over the money they raised to their chosen charities; $15,000 for Special Olympics Oklahoma, and 10,000 for the Oklahoma Firefighter's Burn Camp.
The support means the world to athletes like Jennifer Horton.
"It's so much fun. You know, if you go out there and see these athletes having a great time, meeting friends, dancing," Horton said.
The police won this round, five fights to four, but both sides are already recruiting for next year.