AEW Star Fined Following Dynamite

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AEW’s women’s division has been put on notice in recent weeks as Saraya, Toni Storm, and Ruby Soho have joined forces as The Outcasts to make life a misery for the company’s original stars.

On Dynamite in Winnipeg the group launched a tirade in typical villainous fashion but Saraya let slip a word that has landed her in hot water with AEW management. Taking to social media she revealed that the non-PG slip of the tongue led to her being fined:

I indeed got fined for saying Twat on live TV @AEW#Outcasts

Bad language has been something of a common theme on AEW television that has been the cause of some controversy in the past. MJF’s hiatus in 2022 began after he cut a scathing promo live on Dynamite that he punctuated by begging Tony Khan to “fire me you f*cking mark” with the offending word airing uncensored.

Before Revolution Bryan Danielson was censored as he told MJF he was going to “get his f*cking head kicked in” in an apparently planned line.

Former company producer Ace Steel – who was believed to be fired after biting Kenny Omega in the infamous All Out backstage fight – found himself in trouble before that as he dropped the f-bomb during a live promo in the ring with CM Punk that led to him paying a fine as well.