All Elite Wrestling has confirmed their annual records will be reset every year, and in a new post they also clarified how things will work going forward.
AEW delivered the news via social media and explained the promotion’s win/loss records will reset on January 1st each calendar year.
The tweet further detailed that career records for wrestlers in AEW will be cumulative, meaning that career stats will reflect total wins and losses, but the annual stats will give wrestlers a chance at a clean slate by refreshing every year.
The promotion also says the “annual records will be increasingly important as the new calendar year continues,” but this was not elaborated on any further.
New 2020 annual records will begin on #AEWDynamite this Wednesday, January 1.
Career #AEW records will be cumulative, and the annual records will reset each calendar year.
The annual records will be increasingly important in the rankings as the new calendar year continues. pic.twitter.com/q8Pky5DZfT
— All Elite Wrestling (@AEWrestling) December 27, 2019