All Elite Wrestling has reportedly been having an issue with spoilers getting out from the company as well as things leaking out as instead of gaining something, they end up losing, but the company can’t do much if these spoilers and show results are coming from the fans themselves.
Just last year, there was someone who leaked Eric Bischoff’s surprise appearance on AEW Dynamite to host the debate between Chris Jericho and Orange Cassidy. This same person had reportedly also leaked a few spoilers from the company’s other shows and matches, including the Stadium Stampede Match back in May.
In August of 2020, top AEW Star Chris Jericho called this person an “NXT reject” and said this person isn’t welcome back in AEW. One thing that was good though is that when Brodie Lee was in the hospital before he passed away due to a non-COVID-19 lung issue this past year, no one from the company leaked the information until it was official announced by the promotion.
Dave Meltzer said on a recent edition of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter that while WWE still has a sign on the wall that says leg slapping during matches isn’t allowed, AEW has a sign on the wall that says, “Spoilers cost jobs. Don’t do it.” Updates will be provided on AEW recently issuing such a rule once it has been made available.