Monday Night Raw last night was a poignant episode, as it focused on the retirement of Daniel Bryan.
After over sixteen years wrestling around the World, Bryan has accrued multiple injuries and more concussions than he can remember. A test taken two weeks ago confirmed that those concussions have caused damage to Bryan's brain and have forced the 'American Dragon' to retire.
Bryan ended RAW last night by addressing the crowd, thanking them for supporting him and expressing his gratitude of having such an incredible career. However, one fan in the crowd tried to ruin it and got himself thrown out by security.
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According to a user on the Squared Circle subreddit, the fan was trying to chant “na, na, na, na, hey, hey, hey, goodbye” during a quiet part of Bryan’s retirement speech.
As you can imagine, other fans around him were less than enthused and neither, it seems, were security.
"It was during the moment the whole place went silent while he was going over his gratitude; the guy started screaming the tune at the top of his lungs."
"Three security guys rushed him and just pulled him out of our row and he was out of there quick. You can tell by the look on his face that he didn't even know what was happening."
Why would anyone feel the need to try and ruin a retirement speech? Well, someone did once try to disrupt a ten-bell salute after Eddie Guerrero's death, so maybe we should expect this idiocy from wrestling fans.