WWE fans are well aware of the risks that are involved in buying tickets and sitting ringside at events. Over the past few years, there have been a number of incidents where fans have been physically included on WWE programming because wrestlers have accidentally thrown something into the crowd or accidentally injured a fan when their match has spilt over into their audience.
WWE's usual reaction to this is to treat their fans backstage and offer them free merchandise; it seems that some of these incidents have not been fixed through free merchandise and meet and greets since some of these injuries were much more severe than others.
#5 Brock Lesnar throws a car door
Brock Lesnar definitely doesn't need to prove his strength in front of the WWE Universe anymore, but it seems that back in 2015 he wanted to show Seth Rollins that he meant business.
When Rollins gifted J&J Security with a new Cadillac, Lesnar decided to destroy it in front of them and at one point ripped the car door off with his bare hands and carelessly threw it into the WWE Universe.
The door managed to hit a group of fans to the left of the former UFC Champion and it seems that the fan was briefly attended to and taken backstage but he was able to return to his seat a few minutes later, seemingly unharmed.
WWE felt the need to issue a statement following the event where they stated that the fan was uninjured and declined medical treatment, so it seems that Lesnar was lucky this time.
#4 The Rock and Triple H brawl in the crowd
It's completely normal for no disqualification matches to boil over into the WWE Universe as the two stars continue to brawl surrounded by fans, but sometimes this can go wrong as well.
Back at the Judgement day event in 2000, The Rock and Triple H collided in a brutal match that saw them leave the ring and continue the fight amongst the fans. The only issue here is the fact that an eight-year-old boy was caught up amongst the brawl and suffered leg injuries.
Ten years later, the fan decided to sue the company, claiming that the brawl had caused him long-term leg injuries and received a settlement from WWE.
#3 CM Punk loses his cool
When wrestlers are in the crowd, it has become a common thing for the WWE Universe to try and touch them. The Shield probably has some of the worst stories of this over the past few years, but it seems that it was CM Punk who managed to lose his cool with a fan.
Following his match with Vince McMahon on Monday Night Raw back in 2012, Punk headed out into the crowd, and whilst he was stood amongst the WWE Universe, he began feeling several hits from behind him.
Punk reached the point where he couldn't take anymore and lost his cool with the fans before punching an innocent one in the face. Punk later apologised for his actions, but the fan in question approached a lawyer and decided to file a lawsuit following the incident.
#2 Sami Zayn hits a fan with the table
Sami Zayn has been one of the most popular stars on the WWE roster since his NXT days, but it's only recently that he has decided to develop a new, much darker attitude which has seen him join forces with Kevin Owens on SmackDown Live.
This past week on SmackDown Sami tried to help Kevin to win his match against Shinsuke Nakamura, by pulling apart the WWE announce table so that Owens could use it as a weapon.
Sami carelessly threw the pieces of the table around and incredibly a piece managed to hit a fan who was standing at ringside. The fan was obviously not watching and was caught out by the hit and spent the rest of the main event holding his face.
There is no word yet on whether or not Sami apologised to the fan after the show for the unintentional physicality.
#1 The Undertaker's smoke kills a fan
The Undertaker has become well-known for his use of fire, smoke and lightning, but it seems that even The Deadman has had some accidents over the years.
Back at SummerSlam in 2008, Undertaker faced Edge in a Hell in a Cell match and the ending saw Undertaker chokeslam The Rated R Superstar through the canvas.
Flames then came up through the hole in the canvas that his body had made; the smoke that came from these flames was so thick that it caused a mother who was watching the show from ringside to have an asthma attack.
Susan Prim passed out and later died from the fumes that she had inhaled that day and her family went on to sue WWE for her death.
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