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thought that was bad until i saw the bulls vs milwaukee highlights. i still remember derrick rose going off and if you closed your eyes you wouldve think they were playing at the united center.

probably the worst case in the nba......**** be hilarious as hell though 

post #62 of 80
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^i was actually going to make this point as well
Make me the third. Steelers fans don't travel well. They're just everywhere. Hence why there's a damn Steelers bar in every city in the country.
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post #63 of 80
Lakers, Heat, Celtics, Cowboys, Yankees...
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No we don't.

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post #65 of 80
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thought that was bad until i saw the bulls vs milwaukee highlights. i still remember derrick rose going off and if you closed your eyes you wouldve think they were playing at the united center.
probably the worst case in the nba......**** be hilarious as hell though 

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post #66 of 80
Toronto Maple Leafs fans
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Welp, Bulls fans were in full effect last night at Barclays laugh.gif
post #68 of 80
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NY fans always show up for games in Florida. Miami, Orlando, Tampa.

Knicks fans at the Amway sick.gif

 

but Red Sox Nation OWN the Trop..Im sure Yankee fans do too, plus Yankees spring training facility is in Tampa right next to Raymond James.

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post #69 of 80

its also a lot of contrarian fans too that pick the rival of the home team. i think the biggest case in point Cowboys fans in DC. they have never even stepped foot in texas but root for them just because.

 

Same thing with Steelers fans in Baltimore and Packer fans in Chicago all though these examples make a lot more sense since they are much closer geographically. I know a good amount of people with roots in one but residing in the other.

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post #70 of 80
Mexico soccer fans anywhere in the US
The US National Team tries to play in the midwest/mideast not expecting any Mexican fans and you see the stadium its like 70% Mexican fans
dont get me started when they play down here in LA or San Diego laugh.gif
post #71 of 80
^ agreed laugh.gif plus the USMNT fanbase is horrible. they don't know crap about soccer, just racism
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Mexico soccer fans anywhere in the US
The US National Team tries to play in the midwest/mideast not expecting any Mexican fans and you see the stadium its like 70% Mexican fans
dont get me started when they play down here in LA or San Diego laugh.gif

I was at the CONCACAF Gold Cup at the Rose Bowl 2 years ago..... got in like 3 fights down there laugh.gifmad.gif

post #73 of 80
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Originally Posted by MARINADELREY View Post

^ agreed laugh.gif plus the USMNT fanbase is horrible. they don't know crap about soccer, just racism

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the first part I guess is kinda true if you want to play stereotypes... but the second part? roll.gifroll.gifroll.gifroll.gifroll.gif

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http://niketalk.com/t/340918/what-teams-fanbase-do-you-take-the-most-pleasure-in-watching-suffer/180_20
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as watching this game at the ESPN Zone in Vegas..... and me, my best friend, and his sister were the only American fans there. There were probably 50-100 people there. I have never actually been scared watching a sporting event before until then. Of course there were a few Mexico fans there that were cool, but the vast majority of them I could have called immigration on for all I cared laugh.gif Every goal they scored we had *%@+ thrown at us, at one point my boy was even picked up from his seat laugh.giflaugh.gif

From that point on, and from the moment I saw how mexican infested the Rose Bowl was, I decided that I would forever hate the Mexican soccer fanbase.


That game last night against Bosnia was amazing though laugh.giflaugh.gifroll.gifroll.gifroll.gif
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post #75 of 80
dude is pinoy and wants to talk about annoying fanbases? hmmm I think the WORST fan base is easily manny pacman. dudes don't know crap about the sport of boxing but run their mouths without stop. either way, he fails
post #76 of 80
Lakers fans are everywhere.
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post #77 of 80
Raider fans are everywhere


Went to Seattle in October saw a lot of Raider decals on Cars. They are everywhere






And we've been god awful for 10 years

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post #78 of 80
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What's this 'travel well' talk?

Like you guys are unaware that tons of bandwagon fans aren't even from the place their team is from. They live in tne 'opposing' teams vicinity.

 

Sometimes, but you can find info on airline flights to and from destinations to get a better sense of this kind of thing. 

 

Boston teams always show out in the Bay Area but that's because you have a ton of New England transplants here. 

 

Steelers fans also show very very well, but I'd be willing to bet that a greater fraction of of them are flying straight from Pennsylvania than are actual transplants compared to Boston fans. 

 

With the Raiders its a mix of both, you got Raider fans in every state but I regularly meet fans from as far away as San Diego at home games. 

 

Some teams fan bases travel well, some have a huge footprint, or a mix of both. 

 

Lakers fans at Oracle make me sick, a certain racial group was already put on blast, no need to go anymore into it. :lol

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What's this 'travel well' talk?


Like you guys are unaware that tons of bandwagon fans aren't even from the place their team is from. They live in tne 'opposing' teams vicinity.

Sometimes, but you can find info on airline flights to and from destinations to get a better sense of this kind of thing. 

Boston teams always show out in the Bay Area but that's because you have a ton of New England transplants here. 

Steelers fans also show very very well, but I'd be willing to bet that a greater fraction of of them are flying straight from Pennsylvania than are actual transplants compared to Boston fans. 

With the Raiders its a mix of both, you got Raider fans in every state but I regularly meet fans from as far away as San Diego at home games. 

Some teams fan bases travel well, some have a huge footprint, or a mix of both. 

Lakers fans at Oracle make me sick, a certain racial group was already put on blast, no need to go anymore into it. laugh.gif

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post #80 of 80
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I could have sworn you were a Lakers fan. Not that you ever claimed to be before, just that I thought you were.

 

Damn man must be mistaken identity or something... I knew you were a Raiders fan. frown.gif

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