Cowboys-Steelers barroom brawl breaks out at Fort Worth Mexican joint

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It wouldn’t be a Monday morning in the fall if Dallas Cowboys fans weren’t fighting someone, including each other like they did outside SoFi Stadium. This week, eyewitnesses report fists were flying at Fort Worth bar/Mexican restaurant, El Chingon, and it was Cowboys fans trading punches with Steelers fans.

Now, I’m sure Steelers fans will analyze the video and claim one of their own wasn’t involved. This is just what the boots on the ground are saying about the incident. Dallas Texas TV is one of the most respected social media accounts out there when it comes to stuff you won’t see on the local news. I have no clue who runs the site, but they are to be trusted. If Dallas Texas TV says this is Cowboys fans vs. Steelers fans, that’s good enough for me.

Pittsburgh Steelers defensive tackle Henry Mondeaux (99) and defensive end Cassius Marsh (49) tackle Dallas Cowboys running back Rico Dowdle (34) during the first half at Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium.
(Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports)

Dallas Cowboys fan cheers during the first half against the Houston Texans at AT&T Stadium.
(Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports)

• The guy running back to the high-top table to grab his Modelo

I know it’s coming so I’ll address the question that pops up every time fans are throwing fists.


Alcohol. Someone says Big Ben’s washed up. Steelers fan waves his/her Terrible Towel in someone’s face. Cowboys fan runs his mouth about being America’s Team®. Some guy wants to show off the MMA skills he’s been working on. Someone has had three too many. Some woman makes fun of another woman’s Instagram content.

It’s not like barroom brawls are new. It’s just that we have better technology to capture things that we used to only see in classics like Out For Justice.

Pittsburgh Steelers fans wave Terrible Towels during the Steelers’ 27-23 victory over the Arizona Cardinals at Raymond James Stadium.
(Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports)

Now we see the fights on social media. RIP to the legends of this industry like Steven Seagal. You just don’t see many barroom brawls like Seagal knocking a dude’s teeth out via a pool cueball.

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