Though fans throwing things in the ring and fights in stands go viral on social media, it's important to remember that jumping into the ring remains a bad idea.
A fan tried to enter the ring at AEW Dynamite in Miami and was quickly met by security and a shot from Chris Jericho.
Appearing on the Zaslow Show, Jericho discussed the incident and warned fans who think it's a good idea to get in the ring.
"I've had a lot of those," Jericho said in regards to fans throwing items. "I got hit with a D battery in San Francisco once. Who the hell is bringing D batteries to shows? You get that from time to time. Even when we were in Miami, somebody tried to hit the ring. You see them coming and it's one of those things where it doesn't happen often and DON'T TRY IT if anyone is listening because it doesn't end up well for you. I can see them coming and you have to get in the ring at some point and that's what people don't understand. When you get in the ring, you put your head down and go through the ropes and that's where you have the chance to make sure nothing bad happens. Don't throw things and don't try to get in the ring are the number one rules. The mindset of 'I bought a ticket, I can do what I want,' doesn't apply."
Speaking on the incident in Miami, Jericho said, "We made sure he didn't get through the ropes. It doesn't end well in any shape or form, even if you don't get to the ring. It happens, guys get drunk and want to be part of the show, but it's not a good idea."
Jericho is set to battle MJF on Wednesday's Dynamite in his final labour.
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