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A soccer match in Mexico this weekend turned into an all-out brawl between supporters, to the point where many appeared to be on the verge of death as a result.

Queretaro (the hosts) and Atlas from Guadalajara (the visitors) fought out a 2-2 draw in central Mexico on Saturday. When several fights broke out in the stands, they spilt over into the field, prompting referees to pause play and sending stadium workers racing for assistance. This savagery has been captured on video in several instances, but many of them are too gruesome to upload here. Some of these people, let’s just say, went too far.

There are videos of gangs of males slamming chairs and poles into the heads of one or more victims. They use punches, kicks, and objects like those to do the damage. Many of the victims had been stripped naked and unconscious as well. As if that wasn’t bad enough, some people were even targeted by pickpockets.

An unconfirmed Mexican storey

An unconfirmed Mexican storey said that several individuals were killed in the scuffle, which fueled the fears of many of the people who had been involved in this fight.

Officially, the governor of Queretaro maintains that no one was killed in this incident, but that at least 26 individuals were sent to the hospital and a few are in severe condition.

Parents had to remove their children’s shirts because they feared a rival fan might assault them. As you can imagine, there were families there with children who were running or hiding for their life.

Liga MX, the league to which these two teams belong, has put an end to the rest of the weekend’s games and condemned the violence, saying they will conduct a thorough investigation and hold anyone guilty accountable, including the venue’s top officials.

Many people are accusing the brawlers of allowing a minor dispute to escalate into an all-out fight that could have resulted in someone’s death.

Toxic fandom in Mexico

Being used as an example of why it could not be safe for visiting teams, spectators, and so on, with some calling for FIFA to remove Mexico’s hosting title in 2026. This league, at the very least, needs to get its affairs in order, since this is unacceptably poor. A soccer match in Mexico this weekend turned into an all-out brawl between supporters, to the point where many appeared to be on the verge of death as a result.

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Queretaro (the hosts) and Atlas from Guadalajara (the visitors) fought out a 2-2 draw in central Mexico on Saturday. When several fights broke out in the stands, they spilt over into the field, prompting referees to pause play and sending stadium workers racing for assistance.

This savagery has been captured on video in several instances, but many of them are too gruesome to upload here. Some of these people, let’s just say, went too far.

There are videos of gangs of males slamming chairs and poles into the heads of one or more victims. They use punches, kicks, and objects like those to do the damage. Many of the victims had been stripped naked and unconscious as well. As if that wasn’t bad enough, some people were even targeted by pickpockets.

An unconfirmed Mexican storey said that several individuals were killed in the scuffle, which fueled the fears of many of the people who had been involved in this fight.

Officially, the governor of Queretaro maintains that no one was killed in this incident, but that at least 26 individuals were sent to the hospital and a few are in severe condition.

Children’s Shirts

Parents had to remove their children’s shirts because they feared a rival fan might assault them. As you can imagine, there were families there with children who were running or hiding for their life.

Liga MX, the league to which these two teams belong, has put an end to the rest of the weekend’s games and condemned the violence, saying they will conduct a thorough investigation and hold anyone guilty accountable, including the venue’s top officials.

Many people are accusing the brawlers of allowing a minor dispute to escalate into an all-out fight that could have resulted in someone’s death.

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Toxic fandom in Mexico is being used as an example of why it could not be safe for visiting teams, spectators, and so on, with some calling for FIFA to remove Mexico’s hosting title in 2026. This league, at the very least, needs to get its affairs in order, since this is unacceptably poor.

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