Dean Ambrose has said he doesn't like it when fans take pictures of wrestlers and then post the pictures online because it takes the magic away from the event.
Many fans go to airports before pay-per-view events to see if there are any surprise wrestlers on flights to the city which the event is being held.
While some of these are just rumors, others turn out to be true and they spoil the fun for some members of the WWE Universe as it removes the mystery from the occasion.
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Ambrose agrees as he said during an interview with Gamespot.com, according to NoDQ: "Yeah, a lot of fans kinda take the magic away. But it’s been like this for years now, where they dig and search for every little bit of info and spend so much time deciphering everything and overthinking things.
"That’s just an outlet for their passion for wrestling, but it does take away the magic sometimes, so I almost wish people would stop doing that. But if you take a picture of somebody and post it online, you’re an a*****e."
He also hates it when people post online and spoil the surprise for others of possible appearances at pay-per-view events.
He said: "I can’t imagine, I can’t get in the mind of a wrestling fan who wants to break news that spoils a surprise for somebody. Would you want a surprise spoiled? Say you saw Sting at the airport and tipped everybody off that Sting was going to make an appearance that night, and then you ruin the surprise for people who went out of the way not to get the surprise ruined.
"Would you want your surprised ruined? I’d be, “Don’t tell me, don’t tell me who you saw at the airport.” I like to live a spoiler-free life."
The simple solution to this problem though is to not go on social media and search out these possible surprises. No one is making you read every article related to wrestling on the internet. Some fans even want to know these possible surprises to see if the event is worth watching. So it isn't a bad thing.
I guarantee more people watched the Battleground pay-per-view earlier this year once they found out The Undertaker was going to appear. Otherwise, that match card just looked dead in the water.