Originally written on BlackSportsOnline  |  Last updated 11/5/14
Please beware if you are at work or you have the kiddos near by you may want to turn the volume down or mute this video! I thought I use to have an extreme craze with sports and certain teams, but some fans just take the joy out of being a fan away from the game. Fans are essential to athletes, especially the sensitive athletes who look for fans to cheer them on to help push them to another level. However this past year I have seen a disgusting trend of fandom make its away around the world. In the latest edition, a video has been released of a bunch of Baltimore Ravens fans fighting one of their own after the Super Bowl. How on earth do you beat a fan up that is rooting for the same team as you especially after you just won a Super Bowl? That would be like Ray Lewis body slamming little Ray Rice injuring him after a first down. Where do they do that at? Obviously Baltimore. The guy goes 1 on 3 in the video, and as you can imagine that doesn’t play out well for him nor his girlfriend. I have no idea why they decided to attack this man, but for whatever reasons they did. He should have just let them go about their business. I guess he didn’t hear the warning that these fans were sipping tea, whatever that means. Disclaimer: Real fans wouldn’t #1 jump a guy #2 jump a guy rooting for the same team as you #3 be involved in a fight after you’re team wins a Super Bowl. Harsh facts but it’s the truth. Simply put this is just sad and stupid. I blame it on the tea. [WSH]
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