AEW fans are very passionate about the company, and that can create an issue, especially for security. Apparenlty, the T-Mobile Arena had several issues with AEW fans last night during Double or Nothing.

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PW Insider reports that the T-Mobile Arena had a lot of issues with AEW fans last night during the pay-per-view. Those fans might have paid for tickets to see Double or Nothing, but there was apparently some entertainment in the crowd as several fans had to be removed.

We are told there were numerous instances of fan issues in the T-Mobile Arena last night with security removing unruly fans.


It was also noted that, “the live crowd was late arriving with the venue not really filling up until the Toni Storm vs. Jamie Hayter match.” Las Vegas crowds are notoriously late to events.

We previously reported on shot of the AEW Double or Nothing crowd that Tony Khan didn’t want fans to see. After all, they had a lot of unsold tickets for Double or Nothing. That turnout could be blamed on a lot of things, but it certainly didn’t help AEW on Sunday night in the T-Mobile Arena.

We will have to see how AEW fans behave in the future. They are certainly a niche group, and the fact that AEW was selling tickets on 4 for $40 deals probably allowed a few fans in who didn’t value the ticket for the show.

What’s your take on AEW fans getting ejected from Double or Nothing? Do you think WWE fans behave better? Sound off in the comments!

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