Fans attending toymaker Mattel's World Wrestling Entertainment panel at San Diego Comic Con today were shocked when an elderly gentleman unexpectedly appeared dressed in a black leather trench coat and wearing white face paint designed to look like the main character in the 1994 film The Crow. Brandishing a baseball bat, the man charged onto a stage with Daniel Bryan, Paul Heyman, Hulk Hogan, and Michael Cole, eliciting shock and looks of bewilderment from the crowd. While no one is sure who the masked man was, industry insiders like Rick "The Rick" Scaia and Chris Hyatte's Trish Stratus impersonating ex-girlfriend speculate that the man may have escaped from an assisted living community for persons suffering from senility, but if that were true, Hulk Hogan would probably have recognized him. Orderlies from a local mental hospital arrived on the scene to capture the man within a few moments, but he had already hobbled off into the crowd. Indie wrestlers dressed as security guards and paramedics are reportedly searching the rafters of the convention for center for any sign of the man. We'll keep you updated.
Here's a picture of the shocking event from Bleeding Cool:
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