Man From WWE Hall Of Fame Incident Reportedly Charged By Police, Natalya Comments On Attack

The man who attacked WWE Hall of Famer Bret Hart during the 2019 WWE Hall of Fame induction ceremony has also been charged with assaulting Natalya.

The unidentified man was charged with 2 counts of assault in the 3rd degree and disorderly conduct, according to Arash Markazi of the Los Angeles Times.


As noted, the man tried to tackle Bret during the induction for The Hart Foundation. RAW Tag Team Champion Dash Wilder, Davey Boy Smith Jr., Travis Browne (boyfriend of RAW Women's Champion Ronda Rousey and former UFC fighter), The New Day, Titus O'Neil and Bret himself, reportedly got a few stiff shots in on the man as he was held down and taken away. Drake Maverick stepped to the podium and asked everyone to not show the man any attention. Natalya and Bret then returned to the podium and Natalya asked if they could continue the speech. Fans rallied for them and booed the man, chanting "asshole!" at him.

Natalya addressed the incident after Twitter and said Bret and her father did not deserve to have their moment diminished.


She wrote, "I'm so proud of my uncle @BretHart tonight during our HOF ceremony. Bret is a cancer survivor, a stroke survivor and one of the greatest wrestlers of all time. He didn't deserve to be attacked or have his moment or my dad's diminished. We got it back on track. Thank you, guys"

WWE issued a statement on the incident and said the man has been turned over to the proper authorities. You can see their statement below:

"An over-exuberant fan surpassed our security at ringside and made his way briefly into the ring. The individual has been turned over to the proper authorities."

For those who missed it, below are videos from the incident at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn: