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Ban such visitors for their whole life from WWE events 70 58.33%
report them to police 17 14.17%
do nothing, its wwe faults, if their security dont react fast enough 19 15.83%
do nothing, a wwe superstar, should take beating if fans want so 14 11.67%
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Old 10-11-2012, 07:54 AM   #31 (permalink)
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Default Re: How to react to hooliganism in the WWE?

ECW back int he day had alot of "hooligans". Int he sense that they would interact a lot of with the wrestlers. Some wrestlers would even yell and get up close with them too... Cant imagine WWE doing it this way, CM Punk usually has the most fan interaction usually not in a good way, like teasing the little kid to shake his hand, telling a fan in Australia that he has no vagina and the recent thing. That sort of stuff was quite the norm back int he day :P
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Old 10-11-2012, 08:08 AM   #32 (permalink)
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Yes, there should have been some real stuff happening, like Punk going Cantona on the audience.
Next Monday:

CM Punk, the WWE Universe expects an apology from you dammit! Let's hear it!

Okay, I apologise. But...when the seagulls follow the trawler, it's because they think sardines...will be thrown...into the....sea.

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Old 10-11-2012, 09:26 AM   #33 (permalink)
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Default Re: How to react to hooliganism in the WWE?

Honestly taking a beating at the hands of the fans is a standard risk that is part of the job of being a professional wrestler, should security not be in the right position to protect you. The job of a heel is to get the fans riled up and get them to truly hate you. Honestly, punk should take that fan's aggression as a compliment to his own promo skills.
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Old 10-11-2012, 09:52 AM   #34 (permalink)
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Need to copy what the sports organizations do. Ban them for life. Simple, effective, and avoids all paperwork and messiness with police.
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Old 10-11-2012, 10:17 AM   #35 (permalink)
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Default Re: How to react to hooliganism in the WWE?

Well, in that particular case Punk shoved that annoying Lesnar kid, giving a bunch of half-drunk meatballs the green light that's it's okay to play around like that and become involved in the show. You can't throw a tennis ball in front of a dog and get angry when it wants to play fetch. Obviously they should've known better anyway but still. Also security should've been all over the place with Punk. "Top heel going through the crowd? Meh, I'm sure he'll be fine". Other than that and throwing out trouble makers, which I'm sure they already do, I don't think there's much else they can do.
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Old 10-11-2012, 01:44 PM   #36 (permalink)
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While I understand that most posters here are in their rebellious phase, there is absolutely no excuse for Punk to lay a hand on a fan. He is a professional, plain and simple. He is a public figure, thus held in higher standards. Not only does he represent himself, he represents the company. Specially the fact that he is the champion.

Nine years a go, there was a brawl in a basketball game (pacers-pistons), fans and athletes actually threw punches. And like Punk, Ron Artest went in the stands attacked the wrong person. What happened to him? He was suspended the rest of the year.

Punk is lucky that the guy is not pressing charges. This is now front page on CNN, a PR nightmare for WWE.

As far as the fans attacking the superstars? Report to the police and ban them. Stripper policy, light touching, no force.
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Old 10-11-2012, 02:09 PM   #37 (permalink)
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While I understand that most posters here are in their rebellious phase, there is absolutely no excuse for Punk to lay a hand on a fan.
So what is the excuse for the fans for shoving and hitting Punk? Well, there is no excuse either.
I'm tired of reading all this "professional" bullshit, when he only tried to protect his body. (I know I'm the only one who thinks that, but I don't care.) He turns a few times to warn them, but they didn't stop.
So before I get hit harder or somebody pushes me down I have to make a choice.

And to all those who are saying that it's just normal that he got pushed and hit because he's a heel: We have to face, that all just gimmiks to entertain us more or less. Even if I fucking hate Hornswoggle like hell, i would NEVER try to push him down the stairs or hit him in his kidneys or something.
That's just disgusting in ALL WAYS!
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Old 10-11-2012, 02:37 PM   #38 (permalink)
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No sell them. Unless Punk was getting physically attacked, and no getting flicked on the head doesn't count, there was no reason for him to strike a fan.
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Old 10-11-2012, 03:02 PM   #39 (permalink)
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Yes, there should have been some real stuff happening, like Punk going Cantona on the audience.

lol then punk could cut this promo next week
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So what is the excuse for the fans for shoving and hitting Punk? Well, there is no excuse either.
I'm tired of reading all this "professional" bullshit, when he only tried to protect his body. (I know I'm the only one who thinks that, but I don't care.) He turns a few times to warn them, but they didn't stop.
So before I get hit harder or somebody pushes me down I have to make a choice.

And to all those who are saying that it's just normal that he got pushed and hit because he's a heel: We have to face, that all just gimmiks to entertain us more or less. Even if I fucking hate Hornswoggle like hell, i would NEVER try to push him down the stairs or hit him in his kidneys or something.
That's just disgusting in ALL WAYS!
You exemplify the first thing I said. You sound so angry. The world does not hate you, do not worry, it will get better.

What you are saying is that a light tap on the head, CM Punk would have tumbled down the stairs breaking bones, damaging his kidneys, cracking his skull, etc...

I'm gonna summon my inner Jim Ross now.

MY GAWD, CM Punk is being beaten like a government mule! Good gawd almighty! He's not trying to hurt the man, he is trying to end his career! Someone help him! He might fall down the steps after getting nudged in the back of the head!
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