A rep for the family tells TMZ, "There has been enough hurt and pain for Bryan, his family, friends and especially his two young children." The rep believes we suggested Bryan's attack may have been warranted.
The rep says, "Banter is expected at any sporting event. Violence should not be. Bryan is not a violent person. That shows as he remains seated, hands up as someone is in his face yelling. Over what? Comments about a hot dog?!!"
So... the reason why he got himself beat up isn't as important as the beat down itself then?Idiotic logic - 'not saying he got what he deserved, but, if he shut his mouth up, nothing would have probably happen to him...
You dont kick someone brains in over a hot dog comment.
It's quite possible that Bryan Stow was shooting his mouth off. And pissed someone off.No matter what, his beating was completely unjustified.But it's possible that Stow is not quite the angel everyone thinks he is. And perhaps his family should realize that.