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Seth Rollins’ Attacker Attended Last Night’s WWE Live Event At MSG

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• Seth Rollins’ Attacker Attended Last Night’s WWE Live Event At MSG

Seth Rollins was attacked by a fan named Elisah Spencer on RAW last month.

On Instagram, he revealed that he attended last night’s WWE Live Event at Madison Square Garden.

When someone asked him if he wasn’t banned from WWE events after attacking Seth, Elisah replied:

“lol things is lifted my g

it’s all love and respect that’s all”

Elisah noted that he attended the event to support WWE Champion Big E and Bianca Belair, but both of them were pulled from the show due to COVID-19 (either positive tests or precaution).

He posted a short video from the Rhea Ripley vs. Natalya match:


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Elisah also wished Seth a speedy recovery in the comments, as Seth tested positive for COVID-19.

During an interview with The New York Daily News, Spencer explained why he attacked Rollins, and issued an apology.

Spencer noted that he was trying to save Finn Balor, was got laid out by Seth Rollins during an in-ring segment.

Here’s what he said:

“I apologized to the WWE for my actions. I had a legitimate beef but as a grown man I could have settled it a different way.

If I saw him today I wouldn’t attack him. I’ve moved on.

My plan was to help Finn Balor. I’m a fan. I like his aura, his attitude. I like everything about his charisma. I like everything about him.

I jumped from where I was sitting at. I ran and speared Seth Rollins. I busted his lip open and he caught me in a headlock. I broke the headlock and I was trying to get him, then the referees and the security guards broke us apart.”

It was also revealed that Spencer is 5-foot-4, 180 lbs.

WATCH: Elisah Spencer Spears Seth Rollins At A High Speed:

As we have noted before, Spencer was scammed by a person pretending to be Seth Rollins. Here’s what he said about it:

“He was asking me to send him gift cards in exchange for money, mostly $500 or more to see if I was loyal. He asked me to be a wrestling blogger for him. I wanted to work my way up.”

Also Read: “You never admit you got your a$$ kicked, much less being horrified or terrified” – Ric Flair On Seth Rollins’ Reaction To Fan Attack

ALSO WATCH: Elisah Spencer Thinks He’s Roman Reigns’ Cousin, Says He Attacked Seth Rollins For The Rock & Rikishi:

• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (December 27, 1995) – WCW Starrcade 1995

On this day in Pro Wrestling history on December 27, 1995, Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling aired their annual ‘Starrcade’ event LIVE on PPV from the Nashville Municipal Auditorium in Nashville, Tennessee.

The 1995 edition of Starrcade was called “World Cup of Wrestling”, as it featured quite a few Puroresu stars from NJPW New Japan Pro Wrestling, such as Kensuke Sasaki, Hiroyoshi Tenzan, Shinjiro Otani, Masa Saito, Masahiro Chono, Koji Kanemoto & Jushin “Thunder” Liger.

Here are the results from that night:

– Jushin Thunder Liger defeated Chris Benoit

– Koji Kanemoto defeated Alex Wright

– Lex Luger defeated Masahiro Chono

– Johnny B. Badd defeated Masa Saito by DQ

– Shinjiro Otani defeated Eddie Guerrero

– Randy Savage defeated Hiroyoshi Tenzan

– Sting defeated Kensuke Sasaki

– Ric Flair defeated Lex Luger and Sting

– WCW World Heavyweight Championship: Ric Flair defeated Randy Savage (c)

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