During the May 11th episode of AEW Collision, held at the Rogers Arena in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, a rather unexpected and potentially dangerous incident unfolded.

The incident occurred following the match between Daniel Garcia and KM, in which Garcia emerged victorious. Amidst the post-match proceedings, a fan suddenly breached the barricade and attempted to enter the ring, causing a moment of chaos and concern.

In swift response, security personnel, referees, and officials sprang into action, swiftly pursuing the intruder as he made his way into the ring. Amidst the commotion, chants of “You f**cked up” erupted from the crowd, reflecting the collective shock and disapproval of the unsanctioned intrusion.

Fortunately, the situation was swiftly contained as security managed to apprehend the individual and escort him out of the arena, ensuring the safety of both the performers and the audience.


What are your thoughts on the recent breach of security during the AEW Collision event in Vancouver? How do you think such incidents can be prevented in the future, and what measures do you believe should be implemented to ensure the safety of performers and fans alike? Share your perspectives and suggestions in the comments below.”

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