X-Factor has factored in his last X at Arrowhead Stadium.
The Kansas City Chiefs superfan went super viral last week after a fight during the team’s game with the Buffalo Bills. Ty “X-Factor” Rowton has now been permanently banned from the stadium after that viral fight with Tim Oerman, better known as “RedXtreme,” according to FOX4 KC.
On Friday, Rowton said in a tweet he was banned from Arrowhead.
“#xfactor has been permanently banned from #arrowhead #staduim A 32-year run has come to end. I leave being inducted into Pro Football Hall of fame. The man who brought a divided fan base together with 2 Guinness World Records for loudest stadium in the world. God bless and God speed. I will miss thousands of fans from all over the world wanting to meet me and get pictures and autographs. I’ll miss Taking over 600 kids with cancer, disabilities etc and their families to games for free,” he wrote.
He also shared a letter he received from the organization’s director of fan engagement Jayne Martin.
“Your future presence in GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium and/or any Chiefs controlled parking lots or similar areas, as well as any Chiefs sponsored events is trespass and the Chiefs will involve law enforcement and seek prosecution to the fullest extent of the law,” the letter read.
RedXtreme stated on Facebook that X-Factor threw a cup of water, and it “hit my wife in the back and splashed onto me.” Rowton, however, claims Oerman then came up the stairs toward him, and that’s when the fight happened.
“One punch and I saw stars,” Rowton said.
“I have never in my life felt so bad about feeling so good because knocking that low-life son-of-a-[expletive] out was the greatest feeling I’ve had in a long time,” RedXtreme said on Facebook.
“My problem is it happened inside the stadium, and I never imagined in my life I would behave in that manner in the stadium,” Oerman continued.
The Chiefs take the road to play the Washington Football Team and RedXtreme plans on being there.