Five times WWE shocked us with home invasions
Most of the action in the WWE usually takes place within the arena, the rig, and sometimes in the locker room. But, there are times when the bouts move indoors, within the boundaries of the homes of wrestlers. There have been incidents in which the opponents have bashed up wrestlers inside their own houses. Here are five such shocking home invasions.
The feud between John Cena and Edge is among the best in recent times. These two superstars took it to an another level when Edge attacked the family of Cena and the latter threw the Rated-R Superstar into a river. Edge and Lita went to the house of Cena, insulted his parents and even slapped his father straight across the face.
Stone Cold and Brian Pillman were friends who had started out together in the WWE as partners. However, tensions developed when Pillman started favoring Bret Hart. The animosity between the two grew so high that Austin attacked Pillman in his home and brutalized him before Pillman pulled out a gun on Austin. Since kayfabe was still strong, this created a major controversy.
Paul Bearer and The Undertaker started a feud when Bearer wanted to reveal a secret, Taker was hiding for long. The secret was the identity of Kane and how the parents of Undertaker died in a fire. During this feud, The Undertaker reached Heyman's house when he was recuperating from an injury, and beat the living hell out of him.
After Randy Orton became the youngest World Champion, he felt the wrath of other members of Evolution on him. Batista, Flair, and Triple H brutalized him, and it did not only stop there. Triple H literally broke into Randy Orton's home with a sledgehammer and brutally thrashed him up, to the shock of Orton's wife.
Along with Flair's son David Flair, Vince Russo invaded Flair's mansion when the Nature Boy was not home. This was to show the world, how roughly David was being treated by his father and stepmother. While Flair was watching from the arena, they toured the entire house, ransacked his wardrobe and showed the lavish yet selfish nature of Flair and his family.