WWE Fan Was Kicked out Of Wrestle Mania 39 for Cosplaying as “Big Boss Man”
Fans of all kinds adore the chance to dress up as their favorite celebrities and characters in cosplay. For fans of WWE, this is hardly an exception. Sadly, one fan was sent away from WrestleMania 39 because of his Big Boss Man costume.
Those who know Big Boss Man are familiar with his recognizable attire. And he went to tremendous pains to reproduce it for fan Kevin Hunsperger. This includes wearing a patch from the Georgia sheriff’s office on his sleeve. But for one security officer, that simply wasn’t proper for the occasion.
Hunsperger claims that after attending the first day without any problems, a security guard ordered him to leave on the second day. The guard maintained that because of his costume, he was reportedly impersonating a police officer. Hunsperger so took off the patch, but that wasn’t enough to satisfy the guard. Despite the fact that numerous other fans agreed with him that he was merely copying Big Boss Man’s attire, he eventually cooperated and departed the stadium.
In spite of this, Hunsperger managed to attend the event and support his favorite WWE player. He opted to don a Big Boss Man t-shirt instead of his convincing, if not very convincing, cosplay. As shown in his justification below:
He claims that in addition to the Bloodline screwing @americannightmarecody tonight, a security officer at @sofistadium also screwed him.
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He told me to go and change out of the Big Bossman costume I wore to WrestleMania yesterday because I was acting like a police officer.
On the plus side, his Big Boss Man costume deserves praise for being so accurate. It’s simply bad that as a result, he was forced to miss WrestleMania 39. And no less than on his second day. Despite no one asking them to leave, Hunsperger says that his companion dressed up as The Mountie. According to this security guard, some impersonations are more acceptable than others.
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