It wouldn’t be a Monday morning within the fall if Dallas Cowboys followers weren’t preventing somebody, together with one another like they did outside SoFi Stadium. This week, eyewitnesses report fists have been flying at Fort Worth bar/Mexican restaurant, El Chingon, and it was Cowboys followers buying and selling punches with Steelers followers.
Now, I’m certain Steelers followers will analyze the video and declare one among their very own wasn’t concerned. This is simply what the boots on the bottom are saying in regards to the incident. Dallas Texas TV is without doubt one of the most revered social media accounts on the market with regards to stuff you gained’t see on the native information. I’ve no clue who runs the positioning, however they’re to be trusted. If Dallas Texas TV says that is Cowboys followers vs. Steelers followers, that’s ok for me.
There are two highlights on this one:
• The girl throwing a drink at Cowboys fan
• The man operating again to the high-top desk to seize his Modelo
I do know it’s coming so I’ll deal with the query that pops up each time followers are throwing fists.
WHY ARE THEY FIGHTING? WHAT’S WRONG WITH THIS WORLD? WHAT HAS HAPPENED TO PEOPLE?
Alcohol. Someone says Big Ben’s washed up. Steelers fan waves his/her Terrible Towel in somebody’s face. Cowboys fan runs his mouth about being America’s Team®. Some man desires to indicate off the MMA expertise he’s been engaged on. Someone has had three too many. Some girl makes enjoyable of one other girl’s Instagram content material.
It’s not like barroom brawls are new. It’s simply that we’ve got higher expertise to seize issues that we used to solely see in classics like Out For Justice.
Now we see the fights on social media. RIP to the legends of this trade like Steven Seagal. You simply don’t see many barroom brawls like Seagal knocking a dude’s enamel out by way of a pool cueball.
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