Several fans shared footage of WWE security forcing a fan to remove an AEW shirt last night during the WWE Royal Rumble PPV.
The video shows security clearly asking the fan to remove his AEW shirt, which continues the recent stories of WWE having issues with people wearing anything related to the company, with WWE reportedly not allowing people with AEW merchandise to enter SmackDown Live several weeks ago after the AEW rally.
Here’s video of someone being forced to take off his AEW shirt by WWE.
Video courtesy of @m4rvelgirl. #RoyalRumble #AEW pic.twitter.com/Fy3whGzXYp
— Scrump_1 (@scrump_1) January 28, 2019
Young Bucks Respond To Video
AEW Executive Producers and roster members, The Young Bucks both responded to the video that surfaced on social media during the show, with Matt Jackson stating that it was a “bummer to see” adding that he hoped the fan still had a fun night.
Bummer to see this. Hopefully he still has a good time tonight.
— The Young Bucks® (@MattJackson13) January 28, 2019
Nick Jackson went a little further with his response, stating that if any fan wants to wear a WWE shirt to Double Or Nothing or any future AEW event, they will not be treated in that way.
Let it be known that if you wanna wear a WWE shirt at Double Or Nothing or any AEW related event we won’t do this to you.
— The Young Bucks® (@NickJacksonYB) January 28, 2019
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