Memphis Fan Knocked Out Cold By Brutal Rights As All Hell Breaks Loose At The Liberty Bowl

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There are fan fight knockouts, and then there’s the knockout caught on video during Saturday’s Nicholls State-Memphis game where a Memphis fan was dropped by brutal right hands in one of the nastiest fan fights you’ll ever see.

Details are scarce on this one, but what’s clear is that the black guy throwing bombs on Memphis fans connected with what sounds like at least a half-dozen shots to faces before he’s subdued and bodies start to regain consciousness.

“Can’t we all just get along,” one fan shouts as bodies pile up in the end zone seats where blood had been splattered.

A Twitter user named Slim out of Memphis appeared to take credit for throwing those bombs and gave context for the fight. “He was stepping on my shoes in some boots and I told him watch where he walk and he said ‘make me,‘” Slim wrote Sunday.

And then it was ON.

It was a big week for Fans Unleashed! A UNC dad went nuts at the Virginia Tech game and started throwing punches at the student section. There was also a wild wrestling match/fight at the Texas Tech-Houston game where fans went at it for over two minutes before being separated.

There was even a fight at The U. vs. Bama game in Atlanta.

Written by Joe Kinsey

Joe Kinsey is the Senior Director of Content of OutKick and the editor of the Morning Screencaps column that examines a variety of stories taking place in real America.

Kinsey is also the founder of OutKick’s Thursday Night Mowing League, America’s largest virtual mowing league.

Kinsey graduated from University of Toledo.


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    • I used to go to the Forum a lot watching Lakers, Kings, boxing matches also Dodger Stadium a lot as well never ever had a problem or seen this kind of stuff the times have definately changed and very sad to see used to be lots of fun

  1. Get ready for more of this when the NFL kicks off this week. People have some screws loose. Half of America is walking around with untreated mental disorders the media legitimizes from the last 18 months of covid and CRT insanity, and now we’re bringing 60,000 of them together in one place for a highly emotional and violent sport. 4K TV never looked so good.

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