Pro wrestling events are often filled with excited fans yelling at the performers in the ring. There is a line that shouldn’t be crossed.

The World Famous Monster Factory recently ran an event called “Because We Can.” The 2 1/2 hour show featured some great indie talent, but about 3/4 of the way through the event, Danny Cage had to come out and address something he heard that concerned him.

“Hey is everybody having a good time? So, I gotta bring something up. It’s gonna get real real in here. Please be quiet and pay attention to me.”

“I don’t mind you guys yelling at our wrestlers and stuff like that, but I don’t want to hear ever again ‘send them back to Africa’ or any sh*t like that.”


Danny Cage then provided his actual phone number to the live crowd and invited a text message to reveal the fan who yelled out the racist phrase. Then they can “sort that sh*t out.” Cage doesn’t want that kind of talk going on at The Monster Factory because he intends to run an operation free from that kind of hatful rhetoric.

After his message to the fans, Cage left and everyone enjoyed the rest of the show. Good on Danny Cage for this one. You can check out the clip below.

Transcription by Ringside News

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