Several weeks back, in the aftermath of the Royal Rumble, we reported on a worrying incident involving an altercation between WWE Superstars and unhappy fans outside the Wells Fargo arena.
Now, almost two months on, two wrestlers involved in the incident have broken their silence to reveal exactly what happened.
Speaking on The Chad Dukes Wrestling Show, The Uso Brothers opened up to offer new details on the altercation which involved an angry fan approaching their car with a metal chair.
"Here's what happened," they explained.
"Naomi was driving, he was in the passenger seat, I was sitting behind him. So the guy comes up with a chair, the pay-per-view chairs that we usually have, comes up to the window, back rear passenger side window of the car and hits the car. Just chairs shots at the car."
The Uso Brothers had actually ben involved in one of the more popular matches of Royal Rumble 2015, defending their tag-team title against The Mix and Damien Mizdow. Clearly though that didn't matter when it came to this irate fan wanting to vent his frustration.
"It's snowing and it's cold and he just hits our rental car. Mind you we don't pay the insurance on this rental car because it's too expensive. So, you mark the car up it's a big bill coming up," the Superstars continued.
The impending bill, coupled with the fact that they were essentially being attacked, meant the Usos opted to take the situation into their own hands. It is fair to say the 'fan' wasn't going to put up much of a fight.
"He hit my rental car and I opened the car up to try and get him and soon as I got out the car he was like, he jetted, he was gone. Three lanes over, just gone. I got hot. I ain't wrestling right now, I'm off work."
Put in a bad position
The whole ordeal marked an ugly end to a disappointing Royal Rumble. Fortunately the majority of fans left their frustration inside the arena and actually cheered when The Usos confronted the rogue individual.
Speaking today though the wrestlers had some concerns over how they ended up in that situation in the first place.
"Security was pretty bad that day they weren't even doing what they were supposed to be doing."