5 Marquee WWE Superstars who have been arrested on live television
Over the past several years in WWE, notable Superstars from the company have gotten themselves into trouble with the law on live Television, so much so, that it eventually led to some marquee Superstars representing the WWE being arrested.
During the Attitude Era, the WWE (then WWF) Universe had the opportunity to witness several notable arrests on live TV every now and then with Stone Cold Steve Austin being at the peak of the list after being arrested for over five times from 1997-1999. Other notable names who also got into trouble with the law back in the Attitude Era were the likes of Triple H, Gerald Brisco, Pat Patterson, and even company chairman Vince McMahon, who surprisingly has been arrested in 1998, 1999, and 2015.
In recent times, several notable names have been arrested on live TV and in this list, I will be taking an in-depth look at five marquee WWE Superstars who have been taken into custody on live WWE Television. With that being said, here are the 5 notable names (with an added bonus):
Honorable Mention: Dean Ambrose (Jon Moxley)
Dean Ambrose or rather I say, Jon Moxley, is currently enjoying his pro wrestling career with New Japan Pro Wrestling and All Elite Wrestling. Since departing from WWE after WrestleMania 35, Moxley has had the privilege of sharing the ring with the likes of Juice Robinson, Joey Janela, Tetsuya Naito, and Tomohiro Ishii among others.
However, life always hasn't been about hard-hitting strong style matches for the current IWGP US Champion, as back in 2015, Moxley (then known as Dean Ambrose) was made to be arrested by The Authority after he had bumped into a cameraman during a brawl with J&J Security.
Much to Seth Rollins and his stablemates' joy, Ambrose was seized by the police on live TV after COO Triple H ordered for his arrest. Check it out below: