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Old 10-11-2012, 05:24 PM   #44 (permalink)
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Default Re: How to react to hooliganism in the WWE?

In the entertainment environment, this is 100% a security issue. If security is in place when a performer enters the fan area, their presence alone lets everyone know not to fuck around because they know they'll be caught if they do. Also they can act as a physical barricade when the actual barricade is jumped over.

As for the question, I suppose it depends on the circumstances such as who started it - the performer or the fan. If it's the fan starting shit by physical means then they should get ejected, but if it's the performer and fan is merely defending themselves then I'd say it's justified and fan should not be ejected.
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