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Maybe I need to watch more arena football…

A video posted by Matt Ufford (@mattufford) on

As the Spokane Shock were squaring off against the Las Vegas Outlaws in an Arena Football League game, Shox the Fox gets destroyed.

By Robby Sabo

Shox the Fox, buddy, you need to have your head on a swivel.

I understand this is only the Arena Football League, but still, these guys are professional football players.

Hyping up the crowd is no doubt your number-one priority, but health needs to be factored into the equation as well. Considering the field is only 50-yards (half that of an NFL field), Shox the Fox needs to understand a play in the end zone is not only a realistic possibility, but a likelihood.

Instead of getting pummeled into submission high and hard, Shox actually took the violence on a lower level. A level where ACL’s and torn meniscus’s come into play.

Shox, fella, we worry for you.

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