February 26, 2024

Former NFL QB Cam Newton Gets into Brawl at Football Camp

If you were on social media this weekend, you likely saw the brawl that broke out involving Cam Newton.

It would appear that Cam does not like to lose very much from the reports I have read.

The reports stated that the cause of the fight was smack-talking between Cam and two coaches from the opposing team that Cam had lost to the previous day.

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So, on Sunday, the internet just about blew up after this video and several others of the fight had been posted on various platforms…

You can identify Cam Newton by the large hat in the video.

Cam coached his C1N team in We Ball Sports, and his team lost to the team called TopShelf Performance, which is an Atlanta-based training facility that was taking in a youth football showcase with Cam’s group.

Nehemiah Mitchell, who co-founded We Ball Sports, called it “an unfortunate situation.”

According to the report, both teams had been talking a lot of smack during the game, and apparently, things became heated the next day at the camp.

The two coaches for TopShelf, Stephon and TJ Brown, issued a statement, "We are deeply concerned about the recent incident involving Cam Newton, and our thoughts are with all parties affected. Violence has no place in our community, and we strongly condemn any form of aggression."

Newton has refused to comment on the fight as of the publishing of this report.

Newton, a former NFL MVP, played in the NFL for 11 seasons, mostly for the Carolina Panthers.

He played one year with the Patriots before signing another one-year deal with the Panthers, then he retired.

Newton has been no stranger to controversy during his career, and he definitely talked a lot of trash, while generally getting offended fairly quickly when the media went after him.

I would be willing to bet that was the case here, as the TopShelf team more than likely just got under his skin and he flipped out.

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