LA Rams make the ultimate trolling move as they announce new stop on trophy tour

Stan Kroenke and Sean McVay of the Los Angeles Rams

The Los Angeles Rams have taken trolling to a whole new level when it comes to their recent Super Bowl victory.

It’s fair to say that the Los Angeles Rams certainly live in their own world when it comes to how they present themselves, clearly wanting to make sure they mix in with the Hollywood crowd and making sure that their name is pretty prominent in the NFL landscape.

Whether that’s their rather luxurious mansion in which they oversaw the 2022 NFL Draft, or when they put together a Hollywood-style hype video for the draft that included a number of star names, they look pretty set on dominating the offseason.

And their latest step comes in the form of the Rams Trophy Tour that they are going on in which sees them take the Vince Lombardi Trophy to a number of venues in and around Los Angeles as a way for fans to see the trophy up close.

However there is one step on the tour that they recently added that some might consider going a step too far.

Rubbing their faces in it

It was recently announced that the tour is set to make an additional stop in San Diego, California.

This might not seem too bad on first sighting, after all with San Diego only 2 hours away, there’s always the chance that there are some Rams fans who can’t make the journey up, so bring the trophy to them:

Although one team that does have fans in San Diego…? The Los Angeles Chargers, who called San Diego home for 55 years between 1961 and 2016 and who now share SoFi Stadium with the Rams.

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So not only do the Chargers have to put up with their neighbours winning a Super Bowl before them, but also getting the opportunity to go to the place they used to call home and have it rubbed in some more, a sort of ‘this is what you could have won’ scenario.

The Rams showing that they aren’t in the mood to make other fanbases happy, and that whilst they are at the top of the NFL pyramid, they are going to make sure everyone knows it.

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