Thankfully, according to Rose's wife and reporters on the scene, the fan was promptly removed once security was made aware of it.
"To everyone wondering," Nyla's wife wrote, "The a**hole has been removed from the venue."
We've reached out to AEW for comment, but so far, no word back yet.
Of course, this isn't the first time we've seen this kind of insensitive behavior at an AEW promotion before -- just last month, a fan called openly gay wrestler Anthony Bowens a homophobic slur during one of his matches.
We spoke with Bowens shortly after the incident, and he condemned the awful hate speech, but said he believed it all to be an isolated incident.
"This is not indicative of the AEW fans at all," Bowens said. "Any interactions I've had with them since starting the company have all been positive."