Kansas City Chiefs Superfan ‘Red Xtreme’ Banned from Arrowhead Stadium

Fan fights do have consequences.

Red Xtreme, whose real name is Tim Oerman, said on his Twitter page that he is prohibited from entering the stadium for a year. The team said it imposed a one-year ban.

“I did get a one yr ban. I am going to appeal it but will alao respect their choice if the leave me banned. I broke the Fana code of conduct. Did I jave a good reason yes assualtmy wife and I and I reacted. But I broke the policy.” Oerman wrote in a series of tweets on Saturday.

The tweets have since been removed. Oerman and another Chiefs superfan Ty Rowton, known as X-Factor, fought during the first half of the Chiefs game against the Buffalo Bills back on Oct. 10.

The video showed Oerman allegedly punch Rowton. The video was viewed more than one million times on Twitter before it was taken down. Lucikly it’s still up on Youtube.

Watch below:

Rowton said last week that he received a letter from the team alerting him that he had banned for violating of the Fan Code of Conduct.

“Your future presence in GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium and/or any Chiefs controlled parking lots or similar areas, as well as any Chiefs sponsored events is trespass and the Chiefs will involve law enforcement and seek prosecution to the fullest extent of the law,” the letter said.

Only a matter of time before something really bad happens during one of these fan fights.

The NFL might have to step in soon to stop these fights from happening every week..


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