Last night I watched "True Hollywood Story" with Hulk Hogan. Today I wish I saw the body slam that James Harrison of the Steelers laid on a runaway fan.
I think any dude that wears pants like that and pulls up his orange socks, needs to be slammed to knock some sense into him.
What is it with fans running on the field this year? A man in Cincinatti steals the ball from Brett Farve. A Philadelphia man spreads his mother's ashes on Lincoln Field.
If a fan runs on the field, he's fair game. He's fair game to have a speeding linebacker running at him and tackle him head first with his helmet. Or if a defensive end runs over and gives him a Warren Sapp like blindside hit. If you're stupid enough to run on the field, you should get whatever comes at you.
Here is a play by play of what happened.
Steelers linebacker James Harrison took matters into his own hands when the man ran in the direction of Steelers running back Verron Haynes, then continued toward the Steelers sideline. Harrison waited until the culprit turned his back, then performed a WWE body slam.
Harrison, a native of nearby Akron, held the man on the ground until security hand-cuffed him and took him away with 9:17 remaining.
Did fans rush the field when they had gladiator fights in he coliseum? Man eating tigers and big dudes with huge swords fending for their lives. I wouldn't put it past them.
I know how to stop these fans. Put K9 dogs on the sidenlines. If a fan runs on the field, let the dog loose and we'll see how fast that fan can really run.
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