AEW recorded matches for their YouTube Dark show, but that doesn’t mean they have to air everything.
Clutch Adams recorded a match on the May 19th edition of AEW Dark. His losing effort to QT Marshall has now been removed by AEW due to past homophobic comments.
Tweets from 2013 where Adams was calling people “f*cking homo” and other derogatory terms were uncovered by fans. Cody Rhodes took swift action.
Cody Rhodes jumped on Twitter to make sure everyone knew that due to recently uncovered tweets made by Clutch Adams, his match will not air on AEW Dark as planned.
His match has been removed.
Clutch Adams has also deleted his Twitter account since those old homophobic tweets were discovered. This marks the first time AEW has decided to erase someone from their company’s television product.