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Chiefs superfan X-Factor gets knocked out in viral video

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The head superfan, known as the X-Factor, went viral when it disappeared on Sunday, but that was because his signature wasn’t red and gold threads.

Kansas City fan, originally Ty Rowton, got into an argument with another Chiefs supporter who knocked him down — X-Factor fell down the stairs at Arrowhead Stadium.

On Sunday night, Twitter users shared a clip from the incident that happened in the first half of the 38-20 defeat to “Heads John” Kansas City.

It is unknown at this time what caused the clashes, or whether the stadium security service or police were called.

When a Twitter user is asked for “context” about a clip, Chiefs John answered, “X factor threw a bottle of water at the yellow guy. The young man dressed in yellow went upstairs and decorated her without saying anything.

Separate clip Miles Neider, Showed the X-Factor lying on the ground as the surrounding Chiefs fans checked it out. He seemed to be holding his head.

Another photo shows X-Factor sitting in a wheelchair, putting a red hat on his knee.

The status of the X-Factor is unknown.

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