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Harry Smith publicly apologizes to Jake Roberts over incident at WrestleCon

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Jake “The Snake” Roberts has agreed to drop all charges against Harry Smith, the son of the late British Bulldog, charges which stem from their altercation at WrestleCon in New Orleans earlier this month.

Smith wrote in a Facebook message today that he spoke with Jake Roberts on the phone and apologized for his actions and also publicly apologized to Roberts. “I’m a man of m word, and I’d like to say sorry to any fans that I stressed with the situation also. I wish Jake all the best and glad that we squashed this heat,” Smith wrote.

The incident took place after Smith was trying to get Jake Roberts apologize for what he said about his father at a recent podcast. Smith went to Roberts’ table at WrestleCon but Roberts refused to even speak to him. Smith then challenged Roberts to settle their problem outside the venue but “The Snake” just told him to “f*ck off.” At that point, Smith got angry and threw a cup of coffee he had in Roberts’ face. Police were called in but Smith left the scene before they got there.

Colin Vassallo has been editor of Wrestling-Online since 1996. He is born and raised in Malta, follows professional wrestling and MMA, loves to travel, and is a big Apple fan!

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