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How to react to hooliganism in the WWE?
yesterday it was not the first time, that some so called wrestling fans attacked WWE superstars. What is your opinion about it?
In football/soccer such fans would be called hooligans and would be banned from football/soccer stadiums for several years or even for their whole life.
I cant understand how in the 21st century some grown up man cant distinguish between reality and show?
What is your opinion?
@ Mods: This thread is not just about the CM Punk incident it is a general talk about what fans should be allowed to do and what not?
I also know, that the WWE was wrong in not having their security team fast enough on that spot,
but nevertheless hooliganism is not an option
Thankful for CM Punk making me watching WWE again.
6/27/11 is same important as 6/23/96
A legend never dies: June 18, 1962 - June 13, 2009
Not removing until:
 Shelton Benjamin makes a comeback
 Charlie Haas makes a comeback
 Kenny Dykstra makes a comeback
 Raw makes again a 6.5 or even a higher rating
 John Morrison becomes WWE champion
 CM Punk wins Royal Rumble
 CM Punk and Daniel Bryan main eventing Wrestlemania in an iron man match (and so creating epic stuff as e.g. misawa and kawada did in their matches)
 WWE pays tribute to Mitsuharu Misawa
Punk holding the title for 434 days was epic. it was the greatest reign in the history of wrestling (but not the way the reign ended):