Footage of a woman tossing a man around a fast food restaurant has gone viral in the sports world as analysts break down her technique.
It feels like fights inside fast food restaurants go viral every couple of weeks. People inside are quick to pull out their phones and capture the mayhem unfolding in front of their eyes.
In January a man was filmed grabbing a female McDonald's employee before she returned serve with several punches.
And in July last year another McDonald's employee was filmed body slamming a customer who had hurled a milkshake over the counter.
But now social media has become enamoured with new footage showing a woman brutalising a man as she shoves him around the floor.
In the five-second clip the woman slings the man to the ground before shoving him back down twice as he attempts to stand up.
Instead of furious backlash, however, the footage has come under scrutiny from several commentators who have gone into scouting mode over the clip.
Former NFL offensive linesman turned commentator Geoff Schwartz had a 14-year career in the sport where his job was to shove defenders and keep them away from his quarterback.
He critiqued the woman's technique, before finishing his analysis off with a tongue-in-cheek comment about teams jumping on the phone to sign her up.
Reporter Allan Bell said the Houston Texans should be the ones getting on the phone and forcing a trade to land the woman.
"Texans need to trade Clowney for her to protect Deshaun Watson," Bell wrote.
The NFL thoughts kept on rolling in with sportscaster Nathan Epstein linking her to the Washington Redskins.
"I mean, the @Redskins are looking for someone to step in for Trent Williams. Solid blocking technique, no?" Epstein wrote.
Even the voice of UFC commentary Joe Rogan added his thoughts to the insane footage of the man being thrown around like a rag doll.
All we know is that you do not want to mess with this woman.