Take me out to the brawl game! Padres fan knocks out Rockies supporter with one punch sparking mass fight among fans
- A Padres fan hit a Rockies supporter at Wednesday’s game sparking a mass fight
- Video footage shows the fan being knocked out with a single punch
- The Rockies supporter’s body appears to go limp and he falls to the floor
- No arrests have been made as the person struck did not want to press charges
A San Diego Padres fan knocked out a Colorado Rockies supporter with one punch, sparking a mass brawl.
A video from Wednesday’s game at Coors Field in Colorado shows a man wearing a brown and yellow Padres shirt walking swiftly up to Rockies fan who was wearing a grey baseball cap.
He punches him in the face and the Rockies supporter’s body appears to go limp and fall to the floor.
A video from Wednesday’s game at Coors Field in Colorado shows a Padres fan wearing a brown and yellow shirt walking up to a Rockies supporter and punching him in the face
After he went down, nearby fans ran towards the Padres fan to jump on him while other supporters nearby joined the brawl.
It is unclear what prompted the Padres fan to throw the punch which sparked the mass fight.
It appears that the man who threw the first punch also received hits from other fans.
Although the footage does not show the fan recovering from the punch no-one was injured in the fight.
The Rockies fan’s body appears to go limb as he falls to the floor and the man next to him, raises one hand as he looks at the guy who punched his friend
After he went down, nearby fans ran towards the Padres fan, jumping on him, as other nearby fans joined the brawl
Denver Police Department confirmed they had been in touch with the Rockies supporter.
A spokesperson said in a statement that no arrests relating to the brawl have been made.
They explained: ‘The person who threw the first punch was contacted by police.
‘However, the person struck did not want to press charges.’
The game continued after the fight, with the San Diego Padres beating the Colorado Rockies 5-3.
Police later showed up and confirmed they had been in touch with the Rockies supporter, but confirmed no arrests have been made after the person struck not wanting to press charges