A man wearing a mixed martial arts T-shirt allegedly threatened to stab another man wearing a competing mixed martial arts T-shirt in a local restaurant, according to a declaration filed in the Superior Court of Guam.
Dana Lance Leon, 35, was charged with assault as a misdemeanor. At approximately 3 a.m. on Sunday, Leon was sitting at Linda's Cafe in Tamuning wearing a T-shirt supporting a mixed martial arts alliance. A second man entered the restaurant wearing a T-shirt supporting a different mixed martial arts alliance, according to the declaration.
After entering, the second man began talking to Leon, who "had no interest in talking with the man and thought the topic had become invasive, especially given their different martial arts allegiances," the declaration states.
Leon allegedly stood up, and grabbed a seven-inch steak knife from the table. He allegedly held it over the second man's head in a stabbing position. Two off-duty police officers heard the commotion and subdued Leon, according to the declaration.