These Women Were Throwing Punches In Stands At Rams Vs. Cardinals
© Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports
These women were fighting in the stands at the Rams vs. Cardinals game on Sunday...

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Originally published on TigerDroppings.com

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I was impressed with the knee to the head but then she bitch slapped her with her fist...5/10
Reply6 days
"Nice knee to the head,,now go back to your grilled Avocado and Sushi, Lady"-Security
Reply6 days
Why am i not surprised,when will these thugs learn anything.you can take these European Americans cock roaches out of their war torn ghetto but you know the rest
Reply6 days
You get more bang for your buck when that happens at games...
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Straight up Trash.
Reply6 days
Classy!
Reply7 days
Guessing her boyfriend/husband is a roided our MMA wannabe.
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Out* fricking Apple autocorrect
7 days
Out** frick apple
7 days
Weird. You seem to be projecting your own insecurities. Been beaten up by a dude bigger than you lately or something?
6 days
Should of been at church
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I know, nothing ever sketchy or bad happens from Churches. Nope, squeaky pedo clean.
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LA fans are trash.
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trash fans in every fanbase
6 days
If you’re on the lower row you’re already at a disadvantage.
Reply7 days
Baw wasn't letting go of that beer.
Reply7 days
NFL is for blue collar fans. College football is for white collar fans (with some exceptions, of course).
Reply7 days
do you even SEC?
6 days
chick ate 6 knees and when they separated her face wasn't even red
Reply7 days
That Rams fan's a banger. That knee move's been done before.
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Is it bad that the Rams chick aroused me in that video?
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Pretty emasculating when your woman has to defend your honor and you have to walk out with her. But then, you chose the whore.
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Knees to breast
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Never surrender the high ground.
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Obi wan?
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Nothing says trash like NFL fans.
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