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An irate WWE wrestler swung a camera at a fan and tossed it into the crowd during a Raw show in Kansas City, Missouri.
The fan was arrested and charged with assault after he hit the camera in the first set of the Monday Raw broadcast on October 16, 2017, on a television show that broadcasts to millions of fans around the world.
The camera that ended up being thrown went streaking across the stage and crashed into an advertising board before making it’s way onto the ring floor.
TigerHawk Fan, in a video posted on Twitter, says the fight started when someone in the crowd punched him.
The incident began when a man in the crowd punched a 21 year-old wrestling fan in the face.
The 21 year-old was taken to the hospital with a cut to his face and another to his hand.
The fan is seen sitting down on a stool before the assault.
When he hit the camera, he says he threw it as if it was nothing.
The fight is captured on the video that was posted to Twitter.
A second video shows the fan in handcuffs being removed from the event in the ring and taken to the police station.
After the incident, the fan tweeted that he still has a deep hatred for the man who assaulted him.
The wrestling world knows him by the nickname ‘TigerHawk.’
TigerHawk Fan says after the encounter he lost his mind.
“I was totally in shock, a little bit confused, because I didn’t know what happened,” he said speaking to The Hollywood Reporter.
“I’ve never experienced anything like that, ever.
“I’ve never had someone come to me and start attacking me.
“It’s hard to explain, but I was very scared. The guy was really violent. He looked like he was going to do something to me. He hit me. He slapped me. He took me down.
“I didn’t know what to do. I didn’t know what to do. I got up, I had my