WEE : Stephanie McMahon was attacked by a fan on WWE show

Stephanie McMahon was attacked by a fan on WWE show

Stephanie McMahon has many responsibilities as the daughter of Vince McMahon. Sometimes during a WWE show, unpredictable things can happen.

While speaking on The Kurt Angle Show, WWE Hall of Famer Kurt Angle revealed an incident involving a fan and Stephanie McMahon.

Angle revealed that Stephanie McMahon was attacked by a fan with a baseball during a WWE show. Angle decided to call Vince McMahon instead of informing the police. McMahon was naturally furious at what happened.

Stephanie McMahon was attacked by a fan

McMahon apparently told security to find the fan by any means necessary and offered a significant amount of money to anyone who found him.

“This is crazy. So, I was going to call the police, and I called Vince McMahon earlier that night during the show, Stephanie McMahon came out the ramp and someone threw a baseball at her, and Vince McMahon went to security and said, ‘You find the son of a bitch who did that. I don’t care how much money is needed; You tell the fans, you keep offering money until they say yes. ‘

“$ 100, you know if they don’t want to do it for 100, 200, 300, 400, 500. So security was asking the fans, and they weren’t going to say, and they ended up doing a really high number, and one of the fans said: ‘He did.

Unfortunately, this isn’t the only fan-related incident that has taken place during a WWE show. With WrestleMania 37 scheduled to have fans in attendance, we can hope incidents like this will not occur.

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