Video: Fights break out following boxing title match at AT&T stadium
Arlington police asked for help Wednesday to identify several people involved in a brawl Saturday night at AT&T Stadium after after a boxing title fight.
Two Arlington officers who tried to break up the fight escaped injuries.
The brawl, involving about 12 people, started about 11:30 p.m. in the stands and later spilled into Hall A in the stadium.
One video posted on Facebook showed a man fighting with several others in the stands.
The fight spilled into a hallway where another video showed a man picking up a dustpan and smashing it over other men.
An officer tackled a man in an attempt to stop the brawl. The fight broke up once other officers arrived.
“No victims have come forward,” said Arlington police Lt. Christopher Cook in a Wednesday telephone interview.
No one was arrested Saturday night, but Arlington police are seeking to identify the people involved in the melee. A tip to Arlington police has led to the identity of one person, a woman from El Paso.
The suspects could face a charge of fighting in public, a misdemeanor.
The brawl occurred just minutes after the end of title fight between Errol Spence Jr., the defending IBF welterweight champion, and Mikey Garcia, the WBC lightweight champion. Spence won the fight.
Anyone with information is asked to call Arlington police at 817-459-5569.