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Watch boxer toss Blues player holding Stanley Cup into pool

While the Blues and The Stanley Cup were in Vegas, somebody got a little upset...

June 18, 2019 - 2:28 pm

(Y98) - A scuffle between the St. Louis Blues and professional boxer Tyson Fury’s entourage unfolded at Las Vegas pool venue, Wet Republic, on Sunday.

After defeating Tom Schwarz by a second-round TKO, the 6-foot-9 heavyweight and his crew initially mingled with the Stanley Cup champions and even posed for a few photos with the players.

Kings of the ice meets the King of the ring. #GypsyKing #StLouisBlues #StanleyCup

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Tensions soon followed, leading to one of Fury’s entourage pushing a member of the Blues into a pool.

Fury was initially the center of attention as he was greeted by bikini-clad women holding up a sign with his nickname: Gypsy King. Once the Blues arrived with Lord Stanley, someone in Fury’s group felt upstaged.

The Blues were welcomed by a line of LED drummers, their championship anthem “Gloria” played over the loudspeakers and chants of “Let’s Go Blues.”

#WetRepublic welcomes the 2019 champions, the @stlouisblues! --

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St. Louis defeated the Boston Bruins in seven games to end a 52-year championship wait. Fury is ranked top overall heavyweight by The Ring.

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