Stardust Crashed Stephen Amell's Panel At Dallas Comic Con



UPDATE: WWE has just posted full video of the event.

During a Stephen Amell spotlight panel at this year’s Dallas Comic Con, fans in attendance got an unexpected panelist who joined the festivities in WWE Superstar, Stardust.

Stardust had been teasing a confrontation with the Arrow star on Twitter for a few days ever since the two had made an agreement on what to do with the Slammy Award Amell had won. You see, the two have put aside their differences, only momentarily to help raise money for 8 year old (and Honorary WWE Superstar) Drax Shadow. The NickyClan campaign (which you can see here) was an effort to raise money for Elijah Manville as he battles Stage 4 Cancer and has surpassed it’s goal.


Stardust just crashed Stephen Amell's panel....

Posted by Robbie Amell on Saturday, February 13, 2016

Luckily, Stephen’s cousin, Robbie Amell, was on hand to catch the event as it happened. After answering some questions (including Stardust challenging Amell to a 1 on 1 bout), and dealing with some troublesome fans, Amell announced that he will be auctioning off his Slammy award to raise additional money for Manville. Before the panel came to a close however, Stardust tossed a cup of water in Amell’s face, seemingly reigniting their feud once more.

What do you think fans? Do you want to see more of this feud? Could we see Stardust on an episode of Arrow? Let us know in the comments below.

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  1. I think it's disrespectful in the end, but I'm glad Stephen Amell didn't do anything (like violence or raging) because there were seemingly little kids in the first row.

    • CB126134
    • 1 Posts in 11 Months

    Well it was staged so it's all just fun and games.

    • MovieMan
    • 937 Posts in 23 Months

    I think they have had a great "rivalry" and it has been fun to watch as well as profitable for charity. Stephen Amell is every bit the hero of his character and more. He is a great asset to the show and part of the reason it is my favorite show on TV right now (behind The X-Files) and my 2nd favorite comic based show of all time (behind Wonder Woman).

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