Several fights break out during Super Bowl gamePosted: Updated:
GLENDALE, Ariz. -- While the party inside the stadium during the Super Bowl was spectacular, fans without tickets who wanted to be close to the action weren't forgotten.
It started out pretty calm at Westgate Entertainment District with people listening to music and sipping on a couple of beers, but once the game started, people got rowdy.
There was a lot of pushing and shoving and some people even passed out after having a little too much to drink.
3TV caught a fight on camera in front of Hell's Half Acre where a man was down on the ground while a bouncer held him still.
Then, you see a woman take a swing at a different bouncer.
Police then moved in and took the man away in handcuffs.
It's something security at Westgate and police dealt with Sunday night as Seattle Seahawks and New England Patriots fans drank up and tensions rose.
"Guys were getting crazy pushing and shoving, flags in people's face. It's been wild," said Ana Harris, a Patriots fan.
"I saw a few. I stayed out of it. Security was pretty good," said Garrick Morrison, a Seahawks fan.
Westgate got crowded quickly as people lined up to try to get into their favorite bars before all of the tables were taken and once the bars were at capacity, fans had to stay outside and watch from there.
"I didn't mind. I didn't mind at all," Morrison said.
"We knew it would be too difficult so we walked around and stood outside," said April Gauthier, a Seahawks fan.
Gauthier and her family came down from Washington to root for the Seahawks.
Mariana Chamberlin is from New Mexico and dressed up to be the Seattle Seahawks' good luck charm.
"This is supposed to be a Seahawks fairy," she said.
Harris said she didn't even try to get in to the bars to watch the game.
"It is way too packed. Can't do that," she said.
Glendale police said they arrested two people from inside the stadium for trespassing and outside the stadium, including at Westgate, a total of seven people were arrested -- one for credit card fraud, three for counterfeiting, one for false reporting, another had a warrant and one for theft.