WWE star Roman Reigns attacked by fan with briefcase

If you haven’t noticed yet, I am a huge fan of wrestling and the WWE is easily the biggest wrestling company in the world. I always dreamed of getting the chance to try and do what those guys do.

While I may never get the chance to have a go with one of the highest levels of competition, I can still enjoy the show on a nightly basis. One thing I will NEVER do is interrupt a match and attack one of the competitors the work so hard to get where they are.

According to Complex, that is exactly what happened at a WWE Live event in Victoria, British Columbia Saturday night. WWE superstars Bray Wyatt and Roman Reigns were in the ring competing when a fan hopped the railing and attacked the latter with a replica Money in the Bank briefcase.

A fan at the event posted play-by-play action of the incident via Twitter and it sounded like Reigns got cracked in the back of the head pretty hard.

A fan captured video of the aftermath of the incident that saw a few fans get upset with the attacker for causing the show to stop in the middle of a match for nearly ten minutes. Unfortunately, video of the actual incident has yet to surface.

If you look, you can tell that Reigns is favoring his head pretty well. He is either banged up pretty good or he is doing a terrific job of selling, which is unusual when a wrestler is legitimately attacked.

I know that a lot of the “smarks” don’t like Reigns because he is labeled as the typical “Vince McMahon guy”, but he works just as hard as anyone else to entertain you 300 days a year. You should be grateful that Reigns does this for a living and nobody has any right to attack any of these men or women.

Basically what I’m saying is, don’t be an idiot. Sit down and watch the show that you and 500 others paid to see.

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