Watch: Cowboys-Chargers fans get in fight outside SoFi Stadium

By , Audacy Sports

A Los Angeles Chargers fan heard the magic word from a Dallas Cowboys fan who was referring, at least initially, to his significant other. That set off a rather one-sided fight (seen above) ahead of the Week 2 game between the two teams that was played at SoFi Stadium.

What's most perplexing is that the screaming woman with the man in the No 33 Derwin James Chargers jersey is seemingly wearing a No. 4 Dak Prescott Cowboys jersey, before her and significant other are beaten up by a group of Cowboys fans.

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This came before what was the first home game for the Los Angeles Chargers at SoFi Stadium with fans in attendance. The Chargers moved from San Diego to Los Angeles in 2017, playing their first three seasons at Dignity Health Sports Park, a field primarily used for soccer games. Last season, SoFi Stadium opened as the new home of both the Chargers and Rams, but fans weren't allowed to attend games because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Both the Chargers and Cowboys are now 1-1, with Greg Zuerlein hitting a game-winning 56-yard field goal as time expired. The Chargers will head to Kansas City in Week 3, before returning to host the Las Vegas Raiders on Monday Night Football in Week 4.

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