A fan at the Anaheim Ducks game against the Winnipeg Jets on Friday night seemed to have been knocked out completely unconscious during a wild fight, as police are now investigating the matter.
It’s unclear if the fight took place during or after the game at Honda Center, but fans of both teams got into it right in the middle of a concourse to the entertainment of others.
Footage from the brawl shows a fan in a Jacob Trouba Jets jersey pulling away from the scrum and clashing with a guy in a purple Ducks jersey.
During their separate matchup, the Winnipeg fan knocked the Anaheim supporter to the tile floor using a leg takedown move, leaving the man motionless.
The guy didn’t move for a while but eventually rolled over in what seemed to be a lot of pain.
A Ducks fan dropped to the floor after getting K.O.’ed by a Jets fan at Honda Center on Friday
Moments earlier, a fight publicly broke out between a set of Jets supporters and Ducks fans
The Anaheim Police Department later told TMZ Sports that officers were called to the scene after the fight broke out and that one person had to be taken to hospital with a head injury.
‘The investigation is ongoing,’ a spokesperson for the department further told the outlet after the Jets’ 3-1 win. ‘And no arrests have been made.’
Police will be monitoring any related videos ‘circulating on social media as a part of our investigation.’
The Jets ended up defeating the Ducks in Anaheim, 3-1, as they continue to be first in the West
The Ducks next take on the Nashville Predators on Tuesday. Anaheim lost to the Detroit Red Wings, 3-2, on Sunday.
The Jets face the Columbus Blue Jackets in their next matchup, also on Tuesday.
Winnipeg defeated the Arizona Coyotes, 6-2, on Monday.
The Jets (26-9) are in red hot form to start the season, ranking first in the Western Conference’s Central Division. On the other hand, the Ducks (13-25) are only above the San Jose Sharks in the conference’s Pacific Division.