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Browns fan’s tattoo inspired by Myles Garrett-Mason Rudolph brawl

In front of a national TV audience on “Thursday Night Football in a Week 11 divisional showdown between the Cleveland Browns and Pittsburgh Steelers, arguably one of the ugliest on-field scenes in NFL history played out.

Now, a Browns fan has immortalized that incident — which was spawned by a late-game confrontation and subsequent dustup between Browns defensive end Myles Garrett and Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph — with a massive tattoo.

The insanity that occurred during the brawl culminated with Garrett shockingly brandishing Rudolph’s helmet as a weapon, striking the quarterback in the head with it amid the chaos.

That particular moment is the subject of the aforementioned tattoo. Mike Hamill of Supernova Tattoo Studio in Forney, Texas, recently shared an image of the ink that documents the helmet strike.

It’s hardly surprising that a shocking scene featuring such a heinous act continues to resonate with fans of both the Browns and Steelers.

In fact, one NFL fan actually created a Christmas tree topper inspired by the Rudolph-Garrett incident. The fact said tree topper is motorized and actually includes the infamous helmet swing makes it all the more disturbingly … festive.