After Russian Ultras launched yet another attack on English football fans overnight the British public have suggested sending in extra muscle to ensure Brits can enjoy Euro 2016 without fear of attack.
And two names keep coming up over and again - Ronnie Pickering and the Wealdstone Raider.
Pickering, if you didn't already know, is infamous for a road rage incident and his catchphrase, "do you know who I am? I'm Ronnie Pickering".
The Raider, real name Gordon David Hill, is a plucky Wealdstone F.C supporter who became an internet sensation in 2013 after a video of him heckling Whitehawk F.C at a football match went viral.
The Ultras have dominated headlines during Euro 2016 by hunting England supporters in packs. Their attacks on opposition fans during England's opening match against Russia on Saturday led to the team being given a suspended disqualification. The hooligans were also blamed for three days of violence that led up to the match and have even uploaded a GoPro attack video glorifying their assaults.
Not surprisingly, Pickering seems up for it, replying to an ITV News tweets about the Ultras by saying the only football fans he wouldn't fight are the "Millwall boys".