Considering no NFL teams have shown interest in him, I’m surprised Pacman Jones hasn’t gone back to TNA wrestling for a second spin as “The Lap Dance Man.” Maybe the paychecks doing the turnbuckle thing weren’t quite cutting it for Pac. Anyway, I guess he’s still trying to stay in football shape, and he’s been doing it by participating in Spike TV’s Pros vs. Joes show (they’re clearly using the term “pro” lightly). Naturally, since trouble and Pacman Jones are like synonyms, you could guess what happened on set. From PFT:
According to Sam Farmer of the Los Angeles Times, who attended one of the sessions, Pacman and one of the “Joes” got into a fight … The hit came from Dan Adams, a former linebacker at Holy Cross who once made 21 tackles in a single game. Pacman had been calling Adams “Waterboy.” A few minutes after the hit, the two started punching each other, and they had to be separated.
“He hit me 10 yards out of bounds, kind of a cheap shot,” Adams said. “I couldn’t sit there and not retaliate. You’ve got to have some pride and dignity.”
Clearly, because nobody would ever want to be outclassed by Pacman Jones. Now I wonder if Roger Goodell will find a way to suspend Pacman for this one. Do you think this could be held against the player formerly known as Adam regarding the personal conduct policy should Pac make a return to the league? I’d say the odds are fair.Google+