There’s an incredibly good reason why the WWE tells fans not to throw things toward the ring at live events. If you do, not only will you get tossed and charges possibly laid against you for being an idiot, but you stand to potentially hurt another fan or a WWE Superstar.
That is exactly what happened on Tuesday when during a segment on 205 Live, a fan threw a full water bottle toward the ring and it hit Cruiserweight star Kalisto square in the face while laying outside the ring selling his wounds after a match. The incident was caught on camera and WWE quickly cut away to Kalisto’s opponents Jack Gallagher and Brian Kendrick.
Speculation is the WWE caught the fan who threw the bottle as a number of witnesses pointed it out to authorities. It didn’t change the fact that Kalisto was injured in the exchange. His wife took to social media to lecture the fan who threw the bottle.
“To the idiots who harmed my husband,” it starts. She goes on to say the act was disgusting and she shames people who think it’s ok to ridicule others who are only out there to entertain the fans. Kalisto needed medical attention and she blames these types of fans for ruining their family’s holiday.
— Abby (@1stladylucha) December 22, 2017
It shouldn’t take Kalisto‘s wife to come out and explain that throwing something toward the ring during a show is a no-no. It gives wrestling fans a bad reputation even though it was only one person who ruined this for the masses. Security will likely tighten up, wrestlers may not be as keen to reach out to fans and Kalisto will probably take a closer look at what he’s doing this for. A move like this is no-win for everyone.
Let Abby’s message be a lesson. Don’t throw things at a live event. If you feel the need to be a jack@$$ in that way, just do everyone else a favor and stay home. You can throw things at your television all day long and all you’ll end up hurting is your wallet.
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