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Report: ‘Vince, buy the Lions’ sign spotted at Little Caesars Arena

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On Friday night, the WWE was at Little Caesars Arena and one Detroit Lions fan was determined to make his voice heard.

According to multiple accounts, a “Vince, buy the Lions” sign was spotted at the LCA.

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Vince, of course, is WWE CEO Vince McMahon.

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Nation, let us know if you find a photo of the sign so we can share it!

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