Tennessee Titans fans enter brutal parking lot FIGHT as irate elderly supporter shouts 'you gotta learn to talk to girls' as fists fly in the air during the NFL season finale
- Two older men threw haymakers at each other in the parking lot on Sunday
- It is unclear whether the fury of the punches led to police involvement or arrests
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Two elderly men were involved in a fight in a parking lot outside the Tennessee Titans-Jacksonville Jaguars game at Nissan Stadium in Nashville on Sunday.
The video shows the pair trying unsuccessfully to be separated several times, with the males lining up and throwing haymakers.
Although the exact catalyst for the brawl is unknown, based on shouts from the crowd and what one of the fighters says, a few comments about a woman sparked the altercation.
A voice can clearly be heard shouting, “You have to learn to talk to girls,” as emotions boil over.
At one point the fight seemed to be stopped for good after the men had gained a few meters of distance, but there was still one round to go.
Two men were seen fighting in the Nissan Stadium parking lot during Titans vs Jaguars
One right hand from the taller gentleman ended the fight after more than 20 seconds
At Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tennessee defeated Jacksonville in both teams' season finales
As the not-so-gentlemen moved to a grassy area, one right hand of the taller male sent the other to the ground, seemingly ending the fight.
The action outside Nissan Stadium may not have been as good as what happened inside.
Tennessee defeated Jacksonville 28-20 to eliminate the Jaguars from the playoffs, completing the late-season collapse for Trevor Lawrence's crew.
The Jaguars started on December 8-3 and were in prime position to make the postseason. They only won one more game the rest of the season and will watch every play-off game from home.
As for the old heads throwing punches in the parking lot, it's unclear if police ever intervened or if any arrests were made.
Fighting in and around NFL stadiums has been fierce this season, with violence erupting at league venues across the country.
In a statement to Mail Sport in October, the NFL said: 'Our top priority is the safety of the more than one million fans who attend games every week.
“We regret the activities of a handful of fans that disrupt the enjoyment of others.”
As the playoffs begin, it's foolish to bet on cooler heads and how much is at stake.