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Dolphins Fan Knocked Out by Sucker Punch in Stadium Lot Fight (Video)

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We all know times are tough for Dolphins fans, but that's no reason to turn against each other. A brutal sucker punch unleashed by one Dolphins fan against another was caught on video in the parking lot of Sun Life Stadium after yesterday's loss against the Philadelphia Eagles. Way to keep it classy, Dolfans.

After punching the man, the attacker yells a racial slur at the victim, then jumps in his car and takes off. It's worth mentioning that the violent outburst took place while children were watching. Luckily some other fans were nearby and helped the still-floored victim. 

Update: The Sun-Sentinel has identified the victim as 24-year-old Miami resident Raymond C. Blanco. He was treated by paramedics who arrived on the scene, but refused to cooperate further with police. 

[via Guyism]

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