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Travis Kelce warns Bengals after hearing stadium nickname 'Burrowhead'

Sunday's meeting between the Cincinnati Bengals and the Kansas City Chiefs is set to be one of the tensest games of the AFC Championships and Travis Kelce has fed the heat leading up to the game.

Fans from both sides are set to flock to Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City with the capacity of 76,416 expected to be sold out.

Kelce is expecting the Chiefs fans to dominate the noise on the occasion in a huge game, despite Bengals supporters' calling it "Burrowhead".

Kelce's fighting talk

"We are the loudest stadium in the world, on record... 142 decibels," Kelce said on the New Heights Show.

"I don't know, I don't know. Maybe we're gonna have to break it this week because a lot of Cincinnati Bengals fans are calling it 'Burrowhead' instead of Arrowhead.

"They're throwing a lot of bulletin-board material out there."

Social media reacts

It sparked a wild reaction, both from Chiefs and Bengals fans, ahead of the clash.

"If the big bad Chiefs need bulletin board material to beat us, probably a good thing," reacted one Bengals fan.

"200 yard and three touchdown game incoming," a Chiefs fan responded.

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