Don’t be afraid, Raider fans, black hole fans will move to Las Vegas with the Raiders.
Previously, there was concern that the “black hole” fans group, which had been located behind the terminal area, would disappear due to the relocation of the team.
“A lot of people sitting in the black hole area of Auckland bought tickets for the southern end of the loyal aviation stadium,” Marc Badain, the raider’s president, told the media. “As for whether this is spontaneous or not, let’s see what happens.”
It remains to be seen how fanatical this area of the auditorium will be after the Raiders have moved. Cisco Ortega, vice president of black hole’s headquarters and Las Vegas chapter chairman, said the club members would be scattered in the new stadium.
“I think there will be about eight people,” Ortega said. “There will be other black hole members in the upper stand and in different areas of the stadium. … I know this area (the end area) is called the black hole area, but throughout the Auckland arena, we have black hole members throughout the stadium. “
Badern said 40% of the seats in the new stadium, which can hold 65000 people, were purchased by fans outside Nevada. Given the proximity of Las Vegas to Los Angeles and the short distance to Auckland, it is not surprising that some loyal fans would like to accompany the team to Las Vegas after the Raiders moved.
The journey from Auckland to Las Vegas once again demonstrates black hole’s status as the league’s most avid fan. Even as the team left Auckland, fans expressed their support.
After the team moved from Auckland to Los Angeles, then back to Auckland and now to Las Vegas, Raider fans hope they can set up a new black hole fan club in a place where they can settle down permanently.Comments Off on Black hole, a group of loyal fans of Raiders, will move to Las Vegas with the team