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AAW Wrestling
AcronymAAW
Founded2004
Founder(s)Patrick Chites
Owner(s)Danny Daniels
FormerlyAll American Wrestling

AAW, also known as AAW Wrestling or AAW: Professional Wrestling Redefined and formerly known as All American Wrestling, is an independent professional wrestling promotion originally based in Berwyn, Illinois, now based in Merrionette Park.[1]

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HistoryEdit

The company was established in 2004 in Berwyn, Illinois. Events were largely held in the Berwyn Eagles Club until 2015 when majority of shows began being held at 115 Bourbon St. in Merrionette Park, IL. Currently, two shows a year are still held at the Berwyn Eagles Club and two are held at the Logan Square Auditorium in Chicago. [2][3] AAW has also held events in Illinois in Carpentersville, Highwood, Milan, Palatine, Arlington Heights, and Pontiac, as well as in Iowa in Davenport and Donahue.

AAW originally stood for All American Wrestling, but has been simply recognized as AAW since the start of 2007. Tony Scarpone owned and ran AAW from its start in 2004 through May 2005 when Danny Daniels and Jim Lynam began running the company. Daniels and Lynam then purchased AAW in December 2005.

ChampionshipsEdit

Complete championship histories are available by clicking the links in the Championship column in the table below.

Championship Current champion(s) Held since Days Previous champion(s)
AAW Heavyweight Championship Sami Callihan December 29, 2018 259 Brody King
AAW Heritage Championship Jake Something May 11, 2019 126 Maxwell Jacob Friedman
AAW Tag Team Championship Besties in the World (Davey Vega and Mat Fitchett) August 29, 2019 16 LAX (Ortiz and Santana)
AAW Women's Championship Jessicka Havok March 16, 2019 182 Kylie Rae

RosterEdit

Male wrestlersEdit

Ring name Real name Notes
Ace Romero[4] Justin Romero
AR Fox[5] Thomas James Ballester
Colt Cabana[6] Scott Colton
Connor Braxton[7] Unknown
Curt Stallion[8] Unknown
Dave Crist[9] David Crist Jr.[10]
Davey Vega[11] Unknown AAW Tag Team Champion
David Starr[12] Max Barsky
Dezmond Xavier[13] Deveon Everhart
Eddie Kingston[14] Edward Moore
Jake Crist[15] John Crist[16]
Jake Something[17] Jacob Doyle AAW Heritage Champion
Jeff Cobb[18] Jeffrey Cobb
Jimmy Jacobs[19] Christopher Scoville
Mat Fitchett[20] Unknown AAW Tag Team Champion
Mike Hartenbower[21] Unknown
Myron Reed[22] Unknown
PACO[23] Julian Gonzalez[24]
Penta El 0M Unknown
Rey Fenix Unknown
Rich Swann[25] Richard Swann
Sami Callihan[26] Sam Johnston AAW Heavyweight Champion
Stephen Wolf[27] Unknown
Trey Miguel[28] Trey McBrayer
Zachary Wentz[29] Zachary Green

Female wrestlersEdit

Ring name Real name Notes
Jessicka Havok[30] Jessica Cricks AAW Women's Champion
Kimber Lee[31] Kimberly Frankele
Kylie Rae[32] Brianna Rae Sparrey[33]
Scarlett Bordeaux[34] Elizabeth Chihaia
Su Yung[35] Vannarah Riggs

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "PWI Insider AAW".
  2. ^ "AAW on Cagematch.net".
  3. ^ "History of AAW".
  4. ^ "Ace Romero". AAW.
  5. ^ "AR Fox". AAW.
  6. ^ "Colt Cabana". AAW.
  7. ^ "Connor Braxton". AAW.
  8. ^ "Curt Stallion". AAW.
  9. ^ "Dave Crist". AAW.
  10. ^ "Dave Crist". The Internet Wrestling Database.
  11. ^ "Davey Vega". AAW.
  12. ^ "David Starr". AAW.
  13. ^ "Dezmond Xavier". AAW.
  14. ^ "Eddie Kingston". AAW.
  15. ^ "Jake Crist". AAW.
  16. ^ "Jake Crist". The Internet Wrestling Database.
  17. ^ "Jake Something". AAW.
  18. ^ "Jeff Cobb". AAW.
  19. ^ "Jimmy Jacobs". AAW.
  20. ^ "Mat Fitchett". AAW.
  21. ^ "Mike Hartenbower". AAW.
  22. ^ "Myron Reed". AAW.
  23. ^ "PACO". AAW.
  24. ^ "Paco Gonzalez". The Internet Wrestling Database.
  25. ^ "Rich Swann". AAW.
  26. ^ "Sami Callihan". AAW.
  27. ^ "Stephen Wolf". AAW.
  28. ^ "Trey Miguel". AAW.
  29. ^ "Zachary Wentz". AAW.
  30. ^ "Jessicka Havok". AAW.
  31. ^ "Kimber Lee". AAW.
  32. ^ "Kylie Rae". AAW.
  33. ^ "Kylie Rae". The Internet Wrestling Database.
  34. ^ "Scarlett Bordeaux". AAW.
  35. ^ "Su Yung". AAW.

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