It is a pity that a legend like Bret Hart he had to see his time ruined at the induction ceremony at the WWE Hall of Fame this year because of a fan attack. This is what has attracted the most attention in such an important event. Luckily, the boy was arrested and will have to answer for his actions.
As the hours went by, it was knowing more about what happened. The New York Times had the opportunity to meet the "explanation" that the attacker, Zach Madsen, gave when he was interrogated by the Brooklyn police:
– Masters of Sport (@mastersmex) 7 April 2019
"I felt it was the right time".
This is not really an explanation, nor is it a reason. why, What was your goal? Why it's not really worth it. He might get some attention, but in a few days nobody will remember him. Do you have a problem with the Hall of Fame? On your Twitter you can read many publications against WWE, Triple H or Vince McMahon. But he did not attack them but the former Canadian warrior.
This media also publishes that the Brooklyn criminal court judge imposed Madsen a deposit of $ 1,500. Nothing was said if he paid for it or when he will have his next visit to court. We'll have to wait a little longer to know. It is said that his accusations could put him two years behind bars. For now it could be a few more days in the prison before his next test, good his lawyer said it would be "difficult" for his client or his family to collect the amount.
Outside of this, the New York Post confirmed that the judge granted Hart and security guard Thaddeus Jones a restraining order against Madsen. This will prevent, at least legally, the fan from approaching both. In fact, presumably WWE will not allow him to participate in more than his events.