AEW got back on the road and they’ve already had a fan incident of someone jumping the railing to get involved in the action. They want to make sure that behavior is maintained, and now they have a code of conduct to abide by.

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Cassidy Haynes of Bodyslam.net was at Dynamite’s Fight For The Fallen event. It was a crazy night capped off in a blood bath between Chris Jericho and Nick Gage, but the fans had a new presentation before the show started.

Prior to the event kicking off, AEW aired a text slide on the screen as their new code of conduct was read to fans. You can check out a shot of that new code of conduct below.

They are banning fighting and physical harassment as well as any “behavior that is unruly, disruptive, threatening, or illegal in nature.” Standing in aisles is prohibited now. The new code of conduct also lists “foul, harassing, or abusive language” toward fans or staff and smoking (including e-cigarettes), drugs, and alcohol.

It looks like AEW is going to maintain control and now they have rules to enforce. We will have to see if any fans want to test this policy, because it sounds like AEW means business when it comes to abusive behavior.

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