Atlanta Braves mascot Blooper showed no mercy when playing against members of a local peewee football league on Saturday.
In a viral video, Blooper was seen plowing into and stiff-arming peewee leaguers on his way to a touchdown run of approximately 25 yards for the halftime entertainment in the Atlanta Falcons’ preseason game at Mercedes Benz Stadium.
You can see how the towering furry shoved off and ran over each ambitious player on his way to a touchdown as if they were ragdolls in the video below.
Peewee football is played by 9, 10 and 11 year-olds and 12 year-olds weighing under 100 pounds.
Despite the significant differences in size, Blooper spared the peewee leaguers no special treatment on the playing field.
According to the Atlanta Braves website, Blooper was created at the Braves fan fest in 2018.
He is made out to be a warm, fuzzy and "mischievous" friend who is "everything you could imagine in a mascot."
"He loves the Braves. And he DEFINITELY will make you laugh."
The website failed to mention Blooper is also extremely competitive and will shamelessly steamroll children.
More videos demonstrated this was not Blooper's first time playing aggressively.
Many viewers certainly were amused by Blooper.
Others, however, gave low scores on his no-holds-barred tactic of dominating the field.
The Braves website mentioned that "Blooper will also make appearances year-round throughout the community... you never know where his antics may appear."
Great. If you ever encounter the walking cyclone off the field, it might be best to give him some space.
Unless you want to eat dirt.