The Dallas Cowboys mascot has taken over a whole city.
The team has been nicknamed “DMoney” by fans in a city that has been renamed “Frisco Gun Club” for decades.
But that nickname has been around for a while.
Friscoe Gun Club Dallas was born in Dallas, Texas, in 1929.
The original name was “Dunkers Dunker,” which was a nickname for a cowboy who’d gone out drinking.
But the Cowboys had been around since 1925, when they started playing at the Cotton Bowl in Fort Worth.
The Cowboys went on to win six Super Bowls and one of the greatest sports teams of all time, and Dallas has been known for a long time as the “Home of the Cowboys.”
Dallas has been called “Fresno Gun Club,” but the team is called “Dunker” in honor of Dunker, according to a story on the team’s official website.
The nickname became popular in the early 2000s, when fans started calling the team “Doll” because of its resemblance to a doll.
In 2016, the Dallas Stars became the first team to wear the Dunker moniker, and the team has continued to use the nickname.
Dunker’s been known to play host to other sports teams, like the Los Angeles Rams and San Diego Chargers, as well as other sports leagues like the NFL.
In 2013, the New York Giants became the second team in NFL history to wear a Dunker’s mask, and in 2016, a group of fans from the Dallas suburb of Richardson tried to wear Dunker on their helmet.