The Cipolletti defender Marcos Lamolla was initially given a yellow card for a foul on Fernando Fernández, who protested and was sent off. This led to more protests, a scuffle and Lamolla was given another yellow card and dismissed.
Lamolla then ran the entire length of the pitch, squaring up to Fernández, who was on his way to the dressing room, before being intercepted by a player. The pair lashed out at each other and that quickly led to a free-for-all with players lunging at each other with flying kicks and punches, before Cipolletti players fled down the inflatable tunnel.
Deportivo Roca’s coach found the players’ actions “disgraceful.”
Check out this brawl that transpired on Monday night in the Filipino NCAA tournament in Manila. Right away, you’ll see a dude just wind up and slug another player in the face. Rappler details the players and teams involved:
Towards the end of the matchup between the Emilio Aguinaldo College Generals and Mapua Cardinals, EAC point guard John Tayongtong shouldered off a Mapua defender, to which a Mapua player responded by pushing Tayongtong to the floor. The confrontation quickly escalated when the original defender was knocked to the floor by a Tayongtong right hook.
The Reno Aces and Albuquerque Isotopes, AAA affiliates for the Diamondbacks and Dodgers, had one of the biggest baseball brawls of the season.
Isotopes infielder Erisbel Arruebarrena was upset after he felt he was thrown at in the top of the second inning by pitcher Mike Bolsinger. He then shoved Aces catcher Blake Lalli after striking out and threw his helmet at another Reno player. Things escalated from there, as the two teams rushed the backstop.
This was not your typical MLB crowd convergence. Takedowns. Punches thrown. A melee at the backstop. This was a full-on backyard rumble. Ten players were ejected.
There aren’t many players in the NFL that like Seattle Seahawks star cornerback Richard Sherman, and now it seems that feeling is spreading to his own teammates.
During just the second day of the Seahawks’ minicamp on Wednesday, the outspoken cornerback got into it with wide receiver Phil Bates, and the altercation ended with Bates’ jersey being torn off and punches being thrown.
Teammates intervened, and Sherman, Earl Thomas, Percy Harvin and Doug Baldwin all got involved in the offense vs. defense civil war.
In traditional Pete Carroll fashion, the Seattle coach played off the skirmish, and joked about the situation.
Sherman and Bates were seen laughing about it later, and Sherman and Harvn did a playful recreation on sideline.