Justin Credible Tries To Hijack Wrestling Show While Drunk (Video)

Justin Credible

Former WWE Superstar Justin Credible caused quite a scene Friday night in Connecticut, as he attempted to hijack a wrestling show while under the influence.

It all went down during Blitzkrieg Pro’s event in Enfield after Credible rolled into the ring and began to stumble around demanding a microphone.

Wrestlers can then be heard asking each other if the situation is a shoot.

The next few minutes are filled with the roster/staff asking Justin to leave the ring, which he refuses, and it eventually leads to the promoter getting involved. The promoter says, “You were my hero growing up! I swear to God. And you are a freaking disgrace right now.”

He continued, “I’m the guy that’s paying you tonight and asked you not to come here because you reek like booze and you tell everybody that you’re sober. You’re not. And all these people paid to see you and you’re in there glossed over, stumbling everywhere. GET OUT!”

After leaving the ring, Justin comes out again minutes later in an attempt to once again get the microphone. He is denied and finally walks away from the ring.

Here is a video of the incident.

Back in July, Credible announced he was going to WWE sponsored rehab after posting an alarming video on YouTube. Credible took to Twitter just last month and announced that he was clean and sober, thanking WWE and their Wellness Policy. The 44-year-old, who retired from the ring in 2015, also teased a return to the ring in 2018.

Beginning his wrestling career in 1992, Credible worked for the WWE between 1994 and 1997, then headed off to ECW until 2001. He returned to WWE from 2001 until 2003 and made another brief run with the company in 2006. He continued to wrestle at independent shows until 2015, but has made sporadic non-wrestling appearances since then.