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I know I am going to be roasted for this.

I'm as respectful a person as can be (when you show me the same respect).

That said, if a 70 year old man tries to rush you in the middle of a croup of men fighting, and your adrenaline is already pumping from the game and the possible confrontations with numerous Yankee players, maybe your first thought when you see somebody running toward you in a threatening manner is not "oh, here is an old man coming at me. Let me let hin punch me or step out of his way or run, because he is a senior citizen and he may hurt himself."

Your first thought is to defend yourself from not only his attack, but anybody else you can't see coming at you while your focus is on this idiot running towards you.

IMO, if Pedro really had malice in mind, he would have decked him, or jumped on top of him after he pushed him down or something to that extent. He did what millions of people in self defense classes are taught every day, use the force of your attacker against him. He grabbed his head and let the man's momentuum do the rest.

I admit, I would have to knocked Pedro's teeth out if that was my grampa sprawled on the ground, but in my heart, I would know that grampa was wrong to begin with.

Same with that idiot fan in Missouri who got knocked out by the Nebraska player last Saturday. If he was brave enough to rush the field and talk s--t to a 250lb player who just lost a football game and whose adrenaline was probably off the charts, he deserves to get knocked dizzy.

Norland, I actually may deserve your criticism on this posts,because i felt bad saying that hurting an old man is acceptable, but I am a man who believes in facing the consequences of your actions.
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