It appears as if one Chicago Blackhawks fan took a double loss on Friday night.
A video that has popped up on social media shows Blackhawks mascot Tommy Hawk taking down a fan at United Center.
According to the Chicago Sun-Times, Chicago police said the man in the video allegedly punched and put the mascot in a headlock. What happens in the video, then, appears to be the aftermath of that.
In the 24-second video, Tommy Hawk pulls off the body-to-body suplex to get his alleged attacker to the ground before landing some ground-and-pound. He’s then able to get some sort of body lock on him and push him away.
Here’s the video:
Tommy Hawk certainly held his own here.
The Blackhawks lost 4-3 in overtime against the Winnipeg Jets. According to the Sun-Times story, police were notified about the disturbance around 11:15 p.m. The game, which started at 7:30 was over at that point.
The Sun-Times reported that no one was in custody as of Saturday evening. The Blackhawks said they were looking into the incident.