As a rule one should say "Spoilers" when talking about anything yet to air or within about 24 hours of it's air time. Never read the "news" column on the front page, it's littered with spoilers. If you're particularly bothered by spoilerific content, avoid threads discussing Smackdown between Tuesday and Friday night.
To me, knowing a match and/or stipulation isn't that big of a deal. We know who Daniel Bryan is likely to be facing and after last week's cage match and Raw's gauntlet another stipulation is to be expected. Results, turns, returns, surprises are all real spoilers.
Anyway, seeing as we get one of these threads every couple of months, I agree with B-MCINTYRE: people here sucks at spoilers.