‘But mom…He pushed me’ – Deleted tweet of Bubba Wallace’s assault on Kyle Larson draws ire from NASCAR fans

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It’s perfectly normal for wrestlers, for mixed martial arts athletes, and even for football teams to have rematches, to settle old scores, to reclaim bragging rights. But would you say the same for NASCAR too? Could there be a second round for Bubba Wallace against Kyle Larson as well?

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Because Las Vegas Motor Speedway certainly thinks so.

Wait, correction, they thought then.

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Post the controversial incident between the 23XI Racing driver and the Hendrick Motorsports driver which included a push towards the wall followed by an intentional wreck followed by an intimidating long walk followed by a one-sided fight with shoving and more shoving, Las Vegas Motor Speedway’s official Twitter account posted a photo in which they allegedly offered a “2nd round” on March 23 with a link to the tickets.

Oh and also, the picture had the text, “But mum…he pushed me.”

Unsurprisingly, they deleted the tweet, but Twitter natives didn’t let it go.

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Bubba Wallace needs to mentally manage his actions according to NASCAR Insider

Speaking about the incident between Bubba Wallace and Kyle Larson, NASCAR spotter Brett Griffin stressed how important it is for the 23XI Racing driver to resolve issues, both internally and externally.

“I think Bubba has to, he has to make peace with this fast man because something like that can weigh on you,” he said on a recent episode of the Door Bumper Clear podcast. “Bubba has to make peace with this fast, he has to make peace with his owners, he has to make peace with Kyle Larson, he has to make peace with Christopher Bell, he has to make peace with himself.

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October 16, 2022; Las Vegas, Nevada, USA; NASCAR Cup Series driver Bubba Wallace (45) before the South Point 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Mandatory Credit: Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports

“The guy has come out before and said he has anxiety issues, like it’s something that can weigh on you for a long time. Because you’re going to relive the moment when you made all those decisions to do all these things.

Griffin hoped the 23XI Racing driver has “good people” around him to help him. “Because if he doesn’t, it can screw up your career for a while,” pointed out the observer.

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“I’ve seen this happen, and it’s not a fun train on board.”

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