NXT Takeover: Brooklyn took place last night and it was incredible, thanks to a card featuring many exciting match-ups.
Jushin "Thunder" Liger kicked off the show by getting the win against Tyler Breeze in his first ever appearance in the WWE, while The Vaudevillains and Bayley managed to wrestle the tag and Women's titles away from Blake and Murphy and Sasha Banks, respectively.
And then there was the main event between Finn Balor and Kevin Owens, but on the biggest match of the night, some fans seemed more concerned with something else.
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Before the main event, fans in camera shot seemed distracted by something going on to the side of the ring, while there were several odd chants being caught on camera, that obviously weren't aimed at Balor or Owens.
Apparently, this is because some fans near ring-side were being escorted out of the arena for some perceived wrong-doing.
According to a report from Wrestling Inc, a fan who was in attendance last night revealed that the fans in question were escorted out for trying to throw streamers in to the ring, which started up some rather inventive chants.
"What happened was, during the official ring introduction, a couple of fans tried and failed to throw streamers into the ring, about three or four times. I don't know if you could see it on TV, but they missed and it was pretty funny," the fan in attendance started off as saying.
"The first, slightly quieter chant was "you can't throw" directed at them, then when security escorted them out you probably heard the much louder "let them stay". A few minutes later, they came back and that's when the big "YES!" chant broke out."
All's well that ends well, the fans got to stay and were treated to a decent ladder match between Balor and Owens that wouldn't have looked out of place on tonight's SummerSlam card.