WWE are currently touring the UK for one of their annual overseas tours, and ahead of Monday Night Raw and SmackDown LIVE, they've been doing some live events.
One of the live events they did this weekend was in Leeds, and according to several reports, two superstars got into a real fight backstage.
This isn't the first time WWE superstars have got into tussles backstage, and it certainly won't be their last, but given the two superstars that are involved, there could be some repercussions for the guilty party.
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According to numerous reports, the two involved were Sin Cara and Chris Jericho - two superstars that have been involved in backstage fights already this year.
Sin Cara's backstage tussle earlier this year was well documented when he squared off with Simon Gotch from The Vaudevillains, whilst Y2J went toe-to-toe with Brock Lesnar at SummerSlam.
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Jericho's confrontation of Lesnar was well documented at the time and it was all down to him not being happy with the conclusion of The Beast's match with Randy Orton.
However, getting into yet another physical altercation with a fellow superstar is not going to go down well with the officials.
Both Cara and Jericho were in action during the Leeds live event, with the former defeating Curtis Axel, and the latter losing to Sami Zayn.
The news of the fight initially broke from WrestleZone and one of their reporters Justin LaBar.
He posted on Twitter: 'Hearing backstage #WWE fight took place overseas involving repeat offender. Have doubts on if he has leverage to work in his favor.'
This was then followed up with a tweet from MLW Radio, who indicated that it was Sin Cara who won the fight.
They posted: 'Hunico remains undefeated as WWE locker room refuses to accept this man as the baddest man on the planet. #Y2JKOd'
With Jericho scheduled to leave WWE soon to return to his music commitments, he could get away lightly from this scrap, but for Sin Cara, it's another backstage fight for him, and given his position with the company, he may not last much longer.
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