One of the main differences between All Elite Wrestling and WWE is that AEW is trying to portray themselves are more real/sports-like.
One of the ways that the new promotion has tried to achieve this is through tracking statistics and showing win/loss records as wrestlers make their way down to the ring.
When a fan on Twitter asked AEW Executive Vice President Nick Jackson how AEW will deal with any issues with win/loss records that might come up, he said that they will be reset in the future.
It’ll reset https://t.co/eitZCF5t4C
— The Young Bucks® (@NickJacksonYB) November 12, 2019
Jackson gave no word on when AEW will be resetting the win/loss records, but after Double or Nothing II next year makes sense.
This could give AEW a chance to push some new stars who might have taken some losses early on in their AEW career.