Wrestler Bret “The Hitman” Hart was tackled by a spectator Saturday while he was giving a speech during the WWE Hall of Fame ceremony at Barclays Centre in Brooklyn. The person – wearing fake dreadlocks and a Rastafarian hat – ran toward the ring from the crowd. The attacker was promptly subdued by several people, including other wrestlers, who came to Hart’s defence. Hart, 61, is OK. Probably an HBK fan. #WWEHOF pic.twitter.com/vZ9bZOQfMP — Ryan / WrestleBotch (@WrestleBotch) April 7, 2019 <!--//--><![CDATA[// ><!--\n\n\n//--><!]]> “I couldn’t believe that the security had missed him in the first place and the next thing you know there was Shane McMahon and Travis Brown on top of him the crowd was going crazy booing,” spectator Alan Fisher said. “Everyone was cheering when one of the wrestlers punched him.” WWE legend Triple H gets a kick out of viral Kim Jong-un meme New York City Police arrested 26-year-old Zachary Madsen, of Lincoln, Nebraska. He faces assault and criminal trespass charges. An email to the district lawyer seeking someone who could comment on Madsen’s behalf wasn’t immediately answered. Several shocked onlookers posted footage of the tackle online. Former WWE star and model Zeda shines spotlight on Chinese wrestling The induction event resumed, with Hart continuing his speech, after the fan was taken into custody. “He should have never attacked Bret Hart especially at such a special moment in his life,” Fisher said.