The victim, Edward Hooks, told officers he and a man named “Cowboy” were playing Dominoes in the Rancho Alegre nightclub when the argument began.
They argued over the pork rinds and a missing cell phone, according to the victim and witnesses.
Cowboy, whose real name is Will Moore Traywick and who also answers to Wyatt Earp, broke a beer bottle and stabbed Hooks, according to witness statements.
When a Fort Walton Beach Police Department officer arrived, Hooks was lying on the floor, bleeding from the neck.
He was taken by ambulance to Sacred Heart Hospital in Pensacola, according to Rick Hord, spokesman for the Fort Walton Beach Police Department. He is expected to survive his injuries.
Traywick, 50, fled the scene on a bicycle, but was found 20 minutes later in the restroom of a fast food restaurant, according to his arrest report.
He has been charged with aggravated battery.
Traywick has no known address.