You never know what can happen at a pro wrestling event. Sometimes the most dramatic action isn’t even in the ring. At a recent 1PW show, things took a bit of a turn, and a fan incident almost ruined the show.
Although details about this fan incident are a bit cloudy, we do know that it was enough to warrant a response. 1PW dropped a message to make it clear that fan safety is of the utmost importance for them.
We want to remind our fans that the safety and well-being of everyone at our events is our top priority. We have a zero-tolerance policy towards any aggressive behavior and will take appropriate action, which includes the exclusion of the individuals responsible from attending any future 1PW events.
We appreciate the continued support of our fans and look forward to providing more exciting and safe events in the future. Thank you for being part of the 1PW story.
Will Ospreay saw this message, and he had to say something as well. He wasn’t sure that the issue was even going to be addressed, but he is obviously glad that something is being done about it.
Wasn’t sure if 1PW were going to address the incident last night or not. But my heart goes out to any innocent parties that got caught in the fan fight last night. We had medics on the scene straight away and security. I really everyone is in the best health as possible.
I sincerely loved the show last night and hate the fact a few drunk C*nuts ruined a brilliant showcase of British wrestling. Give you my word those types of fans are not welcome in my 1PW. I want it as safe as physically possible for fans to enjoy themselves.
It’s unclear how those drunk fans tried to ruin the 1PW show, but this is something that they did not ignore at all. Hopefully, they can keep this kind of thing from happening in the future, because it’s never a good thing for a few bad apples to ruin the time for everyone else.
Keep checking back with Ringside News as we continue monitoring this ongoing story. There could be a lot more to unpack in this situation.
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