PUEBLO — Two groups in Pueblo are gearing up for a rivalry this week that's all for a good cause.
The Annual Toy Bowl between bikers and cops is happening this coming Saturday.
The game is entering its 40th year and even though the match is meant to collect money and toys for kids in need during the holiday season, the rivalry is still intense.
"It is super competitive, we volunteer our time but we sacrifice our bodies," said Officer Brandon Beauvais.
Biker JT Trujillo said, "It is tough. People think flag football is a little sissy sport, it isn't. Dislocated this shoulder twice ... broke fingers .. bruises and they get the same."
The Toy Bowl starts at 2 p.m. this Saturday at Dutch Clark Stadium.
If you would like to attend, you can either pay $5 or donate a new, unwrapped toy.