WWE Superstars Cedric Alexander and Lince Dorado shared some disheartening news early Wednesday morning on social media. While their rental car was parked at the Target Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota for Tuesday night's tapings of SmackDown Live and 205 Live, somebody broke in by smashing one of the windows.
No word yet on what was taken from the car other than a fanny pack Dorado owned.
To make matters worse, Alexander wrote that he "ended up with glass stuck to [his] butt on the way to the airport."
For as much as WWE Superstars travel every year, stories of robberies taking place in rental cars and hotel rooms are few and far between. Back in June, Rusev, Lana and Paige all accused the staff at a Sheraton hotel in Memphis, Tennessee of stealing things from their rooms.
"Thank you @sheratonhotels Memphis for 'cleaning' the room and stealing my wife camera and my money from my wallet," Rusev wrote after the incident, adding that he would be pressing charges after the hotel's head of security blamed him for leaving valuables in his room.
"If you're in the Memphis area don't EVER stay at the @SheratonMemphis it's literally the worst. Things stolen, bad customer service and room service takes two hours just for a salad and WE are the inconvenience. Ugh. The worst," Paige added.
Back in February 2017 Konnor and Victor of The Ascension had their rental car broken into during a live event in Oakland, California. The two claimed a bookbag was stolen from the car.
As a member of Lucah House Party, Dorado wrestled on Monday Night Raw this week in a three-on-two handicap match against The Revival. Thanks to rules the company has dubbed "Lucha House Party Rules," the three were able to win without having to tag in a partner on the apron.
At the 205 Live taping, Alexander teamed with Mustafa Ali to take on Tony Nese and Buddy Murphy in a tag-team match. That match will air on Wednesday night on the WWE Network.0comments
Alexander won the Cruiserweight Championship back in April by beating Nese at WrestleMania 34. He held the title all the way up to the Super Show-Down event in Australia in October before dropping it to Murphy.
The Australian native successfully defended his title against Ali at Survivor Series. Since winning the belt, Murphy has used Nese as a blockade for any potential title contenders.