Fan Who Attacked Randy Orton A Wannabe Wrestler, Explains Actions In Video

The fan who attacked Randy Orton at Tuesday's live event in Cape Town, South Africa, was identified to be 20-year-old Tshepo Sekhabi by eNCA.com. Sekhabi had entered the ring following Orton's match with Big E. Langston and hit Orton with a low blow. Orton's music stopped playing, and security dragged the fan out of the ring. While security was pulling the fan out of the ring, Orton kicked him in the head.

You Magazine published the video above, which features Sekhabi referring to himself as "Jozi, the wrestling machine." After cutting a promo, Sekhabi said that he planned the attack and that "all he wants is Randy Orton."

Sekhabi, who trains in kickboxing and quit his job to attend the event, suffered a black eye from Orton's kick. While he was banned from the arena for five years, he was not formally arrested.

WWE issued a statement to eNCA.com, stating that Orton suffered an injured groin from the incident and is considering pressing charges.

Danny Hernandez (@Trendingdanny) contributed to this article. Follow Raj Giri on Twitter at @RajGiri_303. Got a news tip or correction? Send it to us by clicking here.

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