Wild Brawl Breaks Out In Stands During Rams-Vikings Game
By Bill Galluccio
September 28, 2018
While the Los Angeles Rams and the Minnesota Vikings battled it out on the field on Thursday (9/27) night, fans decided to settle their differences in the stands. Video obtained by TMZSports shows a wild melee between two groups of rival fans that ended with one guy getting tossed down four rows of hard plastic seats.
The brawl broke out just before halftime, when a female Vikings fan got smacked in the face. People began to argue and the fight quickly spiraled out of control. A Rams fan, wearing a Todd Gurley II jersey, started punching another man standing in front of him. That man, after taking a couple shots to the face, grabbed the guy who was punching him and vaulted him down a few rows of seats.
The man in the Gurley jersey did not appear to be injured and quickly got up and started screaming at the guy who tossed him like a rag doll.
Eventually, security arrived and broke up the fight, ejecting some of the people involved. It is unclear if anybody was arrested for their roles in the brawl.