Inglewood, California — Shortly after the soccer match ended, a wrestling match broke out in the parking lot of SoFi Stadium.
Witness video shows a fierce battle at SoFi Stadium after the Los Angeles Chargers hosted the Kansas City Chiefs at the Inglewood venue on Sunday.
At one point, one of the combatants physically lifted another and his body slammed him against the side of the railing and dropped him down the concrete steps far below.
A man who has been dropped can be seen cautiously getting up and then back on his feet.
The person who filmed the video told KABC-TV that the altercation appeared to have started with one fan bumping into another. was thrown from
It was not immediately clear whether fans of opposing teams were involved in the incident.
The incident is yet another example of fan violence at major sports venues in Los Angeles and across the country.In some cases, fights resulted in serious injuries, including paralysis and even death.
In February of this year, a 49ers fan fell into a coma after being pushed to the ground during a brief brawl outside SoFi.
Another fan told Eyewitness News: The sucker punch that sent him to the hospital During the Rams vs. Cardinals game in January 2022.
There was also fan violence at Dodger Stadium.One of the most notorious was the beating of Giants fan Brian Stowe In 2011, he had an attack that left him with severe and permanent brain damage.
just last week, Couple assaulted in parking lot At Dodger Stadium after an Elton John concert.
In 2019, the father of four children was seriously injured. Fight in the parking lot of Dodger Stadium, A skull fracture left him in the hospital.
In 2013 in San Francisco, a man in a Dodger costume was stabbed to death after a Dodgers-Giants game. Prosecutors have since filed no charges when faced with potential evidence that his two men arrested in connection with the deaths may have acted in self-defense.