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Mob Wives Season 6 brings back the original cast with new drama (VIDEO)

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Mob Wives' new promo promises one cast member will declare war on the rest

The Mob Wives Season 6 promo promises drama, chaos and fighting between the original cast members.

Mob Wives: The Last Stand is coming back with lots of drama, chaos and fighting.

The Wrap shared an exclusive trailer showing all that we have to look forward to when the show comes back in January 2016.

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The original cast is back: Renee Graziano, Karen Gravano, Drita D’Avanzo, Big Ang and Carla Facciolo. They’re joined by two new faces: Brittany Fogarty, the daughter of known gangster John Fogarty, and Marissa Jade.

In addition to lots of cursing, calling people rats, discussing the sins of their fathers, talk of "the lifestyle," threats to f*** people up and actual physical fighting, fans of the show can expect a huge showdown between Drita D’Avanzo and the rest of the cast. D’Avanzo screams, “I’ve been too nice too long," and "I'll f*** them up."

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D’Avanzo is also writing a memoir, which causes problems with her ex-husband, Lee. He won't sign a disclosure for her tell-all autobiography because he's worried about details of his criminal past. Naturally, D’Avanzo isn't ready to back down.

Big Ang, the glue that holds this volatile group together, is facing her own cancer battle and troubles with her man. She needs to focus on her health, which causes more chaos among the rest of the group.

The two new cast members, Fogarty and Jade, are primed to join the drama amid threats of beating each other up. Jade says, "Don't f*** with a Staten Island girl."

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There's even a catfight between most or all of the women, causing security to jump in. I hope security got hazard pay for their inevitable scratches and bruises because it looks like it got rough.

Mob Wives: The Final Stand airs a two-hour premiere on Jan. 13.

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