BALTIMORE, Sept. 8 (UPI) — WWE superstar Seth Rollins was joined by a rail-jumping fan Monday during his ring entrance.
The fan, wearing red pants and a black jacket, jumped over the barricade that runs along the entrance ramp as Rollins made his way to the ring.
The risk taker even ended up on camera alongside a confused looking Rollins before WWE quickly cut over to John Cena with a concerned look on his face.
Security was late in apprehending the suspect who made it to the outside ring area before a WWE referee could grab a hold of him. He was then tackled and taken off the premises.
Fan interference has recently become an issue for the company as WWE superstars Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose have both endured close calls with fans during live events.
In August, Rollins was in the news again after former Daily Show host Jon Stewart helped him win his match against John Cena at SummerSlam to become the first ever WWE United States and World Heavyweight Champion.