There are a number of factors for a professional wrestling event to be as huge as possible, including the wrestlers who are competing on the show and the matchups taking place during the show, but one of the most important and biggest factor in making a pro wrestling show as exciting and as massive as it can be is the fans as without the fans any pro wrestling promotion can’t run a show.
All Elite Wrestling typically holds television tapings for their episode of Rampage immediately after an episode of their flagship show Dynamite every Wednesday night and this week was no different. Dave Meltzer revealed on a recent edition of the Wrestling Observer Radio Program that an altercation took place during the company’s Rampage tapings this past Wednesday between a fan and Stokely Hathaway and Lee Moriarty as they were leaving, but he is sure the altercation won’t be shown on TV.
This is what Dave Meltzer said:
“There was an altercation between Stokely & Lee and a fan as they were leaving, which I’m sure won’t be on TV.”
This is reportedly not the first time that an altercation has happened in All Elite Wrestling between a fan and a talent as there was one fan that tried to make his way into the ring to attack the first-ever AEW World Champion Chris Jericho this past year, but luckily the fan was stopped and removed out of the building immediately.