KANSAS CITY, Mo. (WKBW) — For Bills fans, there’s no place they’d rather be than right here right now in Kansas City.
"I’ve got a feelin' that Buffalo is going to the Super Bowl."
"This is what I’ve waited for, for 30 years."
It’s the AFC Championship game in Kansas City, and Bills fans who have traveled from all over the world have taken over what they call lot “x”.
And since it was a tailgate involving Bills fans, plenty of tables didn’t make it.
"I went through a table that’s like a right of passage." "We came from nothing and now we’re here."
This experience for eight year old Ginobili is unimaginable.
He’s the son of the late Bills Superfan Ezra Castro, aka Pancho Billa who passed away after a courageous battle with cancer in 2019.
"He’s always here he has the Pancho Power out and giving it to the Bills players."
"I told him son, you are your father’s legacy he didn’t get to see a championship game but you are."
Ginobli is honoring his dad by wearing his famous mask, he says Pancho Power is in him.
"When he was gone he jumped into me, and he forced me to do it, to do his legend do his stuff like Viva Los Bills," Panchito said.