Golden Tate is now denying being punched and put inside a trash can.
Master Tesfatsion of Bleacher Report released a video with Percy Harvin earlier today that shared some details about the fight with Golden Tate during the week before Super Bowl XLVIII.
Harvin said anxiety was also at the crux of his infamous fight with Tate the day before Seattle beat Denver 43-8 in Super Bowl XLVIII. Harvin had became enraged after Tate gave an interview in which he indicated that it was no big deal that Harvin was returning for the game because “we made it here without him.”
Harvin said he approached Tate and asked him “you ain’t happy for me?” and it would eventually end up in him punching Tate and tossing him into a trash can.
Tate said otherwise.
“What went down is 100% false,” Tate tweeted in response to the story.
“No punches thrown in the altercation and lastly that mark under my eye was there well before the day before the Super Bowl. And you can google to fact check that. Thanks dudes! Still huge fan of PH wish him nothing but health!”
Unfortunately for Tate, former Seahawks defensive end Cliff Avril stated that everything Harvin said was correct.
“Everything he just said is a fact,” Avril said after listening to Harvin’s account, adding that Harvin did indeed “coldcock” Tate.
Avril then stated Harvin scuffled with Tate before he picked him up and dumped him into a trash can.