Bill Simmons trolled the Dallas Cowboys in their own stadium tonight as he showed his support for the New England Patriots at Wrestlemania 32.
The huge WWE event is being held at the AT&T Stadium in Dallas and, as usual, a whole host of stars will be among the 80,000-strong crowd watching on.
And one of those stars is Simmons, well-known in the US as a former journalist/columnist/editor/everything else guy for ESPN as well as the former head honcho at grantland.com and new HBO worker.
He’s got a huge following in American football and makes no secret of his support for the New England Patriots and other Boston teams.
So he was a good personality to pick out in the crowd when the Wrestlemania cameras went looking earlier.
What they probably didn’t expect was to see Simmons sitting alongside his son holding a phone with the Patriots logo on it:
It’s safe to say Jerry Jones won’t have been happy seeing the Patriots branded across the screen as he tuned in on a big night for AT&T Stadium and the Cowboys.
But it’s typical Simmons – and we enjoyed it!