Fan who tried to storm the ring on Dynamite threatens to do it again soon

The man who jumped the security rail and tried to storm the ring during Dynamite this ring has threatened to do it again “soon.”

Using the Twitter handle @MuufuhkinMark, the man who has the name as “Fat Bastard” on his profile, tweeted to Jim Cornette asking him how he liked his AEW debut on Wednesday.

“I did this for all of us real wrestling fans, wrestling is no longer a safe space for friends to dance around and play dress up. Reality can hit at anytime, did they think it is going to be f*cking playtime forever?” he wrote in the tweet.

When someone replied saying he should have been taken to jail and someone should have kicked the sh!t out of him, he replied saying he did go to jail but they didn’t have anyone who can kick him. “So too bad, so sad, going to do it again soon…”

MJF also addressed the incident, tweeting, “Keep jumping the guardrail. I’ll keep laughing.” A reply to MJF’s tweet also came from “Fat Bastard,” telling him that he doesn’t have time for mid-card guys like him, calling MJF a “f*cking rookie” and only went to deal with main event-caliber talent like Chris Jericho.

Colin Vassallohttps://www.wrestling-online.com
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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