Former TNA star Bram, has been involved in some controversial situations of late but on Thursday night he showed up uninvited at the 5 Star Wrestling: LIVE TV broadcast, got a little drunk and fans are reporting that he looked visibly angry and was escorted out of the building by security.
It's worth noting that nobody from 5 Star Wrestling acknowledged Bram, the incident wasn't shown on camera, he wasn't advertised for the show, has never worked for 5 Star Wrestling before and could quite possibly have been there seeing friends.
A fan wrote in to say:
"I was at the 5 star show in Liverpool last night, sat pretty much at the side of Bram for the first hour. He kept himself to himself to start with but was knocking the beers back and looked pretty intense. About an hour in, just before the Eddie Ryan vs Jack Swagger match, he walked down to the VIP area, completely blocking the view of some people. They asked him to move and then security asked him to return to his seat but he basically told them to "fuck off". When he didn't move, they called for more security and asked him to leave. He went fairly quietly but you could see how annoyed the fans were at him."
5 Star Wrestling, made it's LIVE TV debut on FreeSports in the UK Thursday night. The card featured Rob Van Dam, John Morrison, Rey Mysterio Zack Gibson, Mark Haskins, BT Gunn, Carlito, Chris Masters, Moose and 'The English Lion' Eddie Ryan who put on a really impressive display against Jack Swagger.
The show suffered from a few teething problems, for example the ropes were visibly looser than they could have been and even though the American wrestlers had their own custom made music, many of the British wrestlers came out to the 5 Star Wrestling theme song. These issues will likely be fixed for week 2 but other than that the event featured great action from top to bottom.
5 Star Wrestlng: LIVE will be repeated on FreeSports all week but a stream of the event can be found on Rey Mysterio's facebook page at the link below. The video has already been seen by over 130,000 fans and it was available on many other platforms including TV.