WWE issues statement on Punk’s incident, fan who hit him ousts himself

WWE issued a statement to TMZ.COM over yesterday’s incident with CM Punk, apologizing for the lack of security in place and also for CM Punk’s actions.

“WWE security was unfortunately not in the appropriate place at the time. Given CM Punk’s persona as a ‘bad guy’ fans were naturally heckling him, but unfortunately a few fans began shoving him and one struck him in the kidney and on the back. WWE regrets that proper security measures were not in place, and CM Punk apologizes for reacting in the heat of the moment,” the statement reads.

Meanwhile, the imbecile fan who struck Punk originally, named Dario Teyes, outed himself on Twitter, bragging about the fact that he he punched Punk’s kidney and slap his back “hella hard.”

Replying to other people on Twitter, Teyes said, “bro he straight pounced on a poor day white guy. I hit him ran away then ran back and stood next to him cause I saw the camera.”

He then referred to the guy who got hit as “about to be a millionaire,” probably too stupid to realize that he might have police officers knocking on his door for causing everything that happened.

Colin Vassallo
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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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