WATCH: Chris Christie Takes A Tumble In Sports Radio Host’s Revenge Video

One recent poll showed that a huge majority of New Jersey residents couldn’t have cared less that Gov. Chris Christie (R) pledged allegiance to the Dallas Cowboys football team.

But one New Jerseyan, who happens to be a sports radio host, cared very much.

Angelo Cataldi, who hosts a sports talk radio show on Philadelphia’s WIP, released a never-before-seen video Friday of Christie tumbling out of his chair during their June 2014 interview.

His motivation? Cataldi “was appalled by Christie’s decision to cheer for his beloved Dallas Cowboys in owner Jerry Jones’ box during the team’s playoff run, including during Week 15’s Cowboys-Eagles game in Philadelphia.”

Perhaps Cataldi had read that Christie reportedly called Eagles fans “the worst in America,” too.

Watch below via WIP:

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