It was a raucous crowd for the third meeting between Linda McMahon and Chris Murphy.
The moderator had to quiet the audience down several times during the hour long debate at the Garde Arts Center in New London, Monday night.
Both Murphy and McMahon were cheered and jeered.
The two sparred over jobs, the economy, social security, tax cuts and the Supreme Court's Citizens United decision.
Murphy accused McMahon of supporting the idea of sunsetting social security. McMahon fired back, saying Murphy voted to take $716 billion out of Medicare by voting for President Obama's health care bill.
On the issue of job creation, McMahon said she is a proven job creator, despite being criticized for taking tax breaks while heading up the WWE.
"We've created hundreds of jobs with tax cuts we've received and invested in more companies to grow jobs," McMahon said.
Murphy shot back stating that McMahon took $10 million in state tax credits. "She didn't create jobs, she laid off ten percent of the workforce and pocketed the money," Murphy added.
At one point, Murphy was booed during his closing remarks. His campaign said the McMahon camp bussed in supporters to watch the debate.
"Linda McMahon doesn't want to debate the issues, so today's new tactic was to bring a bunch of people who would shout me down," Murphy told NBC Connecticut.
"Everyone who came here, came here on their own volition as far as I know," McMahon told NBC Connecticut.
The debate actually ran over its allotted time slot on television, cutting off the end of McMahon's closing statement.
WTNH-TV, which sponsored the debate, apologized and re-aired both closing statements in their entirety.