AAW Wrestling
StyleProfessional wrestling
HeadquartersBerwyn, Illinois
Founder(s)Patrick Chites
Owner(s)Danny Daniels
FormerlyAll American Wrestling

AAW Wrestling (AAW) or AAW: Professional Wrestling Redefined and formerly known as All American Wrestling, is an American independent professional wrestling promotion, based in the Chicago area – originally holding shows in Berwyn, Illinois, and now in Merrionette Park.[1][2]


The company was established in 2004 in Berwyn, Illinois. Events were largely held in the Berwyn Eagles Club until 2015, when a majority of shows began being held at 115 Bourbon St. in Merrionette Park, Illinois. Currently, events are held at the Logan Square Auditorium and 115 Bourbon Street among others. 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.


As of July 9, 2024 Complete championship histories are available by clicking the links in the Championship column in the table below.

Championship Current champion(s) Reign Date won Days held Location Note Ref.
AAW Heavyweight Championship Davey Vega 1 August 31, 2023 313+ Berwyn, IL Defeated Jake Something at Art of War 2023. [3]
AAW Heritage Championship Joe Alonzo 2 February 23, 2024 137+ Berwyn, IL Defeated Levi Everett at AAW Legacy 2024.
AAW Tag Team Championship The Hustle and the Muscle (Rohit Raju and Karam) 1
February 23, 2024 137+ Berwyn, IL Defeated Russ Jones & Schaff at AAW Legacy 2024.
AAW Women's Championship Sierra 1 October 28, 2023 255+ Berwyn, IL Defeated Masha Slamovich at Unstoppable 2023.


Male wrestlers

Ring name Real name Notes
Ace Perry Unknown
Brayden Lee[4] Unknown
Conan Lycan Unknown
Dante Leon[5] Unknown
Davey Vega[6] Unknown AAW Heavyweight Champion
Fred Yehi[7] Unknown
Gnarls Garvin Unknown
Hartenbower[8] Mike Hartenbower
Jah-C[9] Unknown
Jake Something[10] Jacob Doyle
Joe Alonzo Unknown AAW Heritage Champion, National Wrestling Alliance
Joey Avalon Unknown
Josh Alexander[11] Joshua Lemay Total Nonstop Action Wrestling
Levi Everett Unknown
Mance Warner[12] Quirt Miller
Mat Fitchett[13] Unknown
1 Called Manders[14] Steve Manders
Ren Jones[15] Unknown
Robert Anthony Robert Anthony
Rohit Raju[16] Rohit Raju AAW Tag Team Champion
Russ Jones[17] Unknown
Schaff[18] Unknown
Solomon Tupu Unknown
Xavier Walker[19] Unknown

Female wrestlers

Ring name Real name Notes
Christi Jaynes[20] Unknown
Heather Reckless[21] Unknown
Maggie Lee Unknown
Missa Kate Unknown National Wrestling Alliance
Shazza McKenzie Unknown
Sierra[22] Unknown AAW Women's Champion
Skye Blue[23] Skye Dolecki All Elite Wrestling

See also


  1. ^ "PWI Insider AAW".
  2. ^ "AAW: Professional Wrestling Redefined - Cagematch Profile".
  3. ^ Kreikenbohm, Philip (September 1, 2022). "Destination Chicago 2022". cagematch.net. Retrieved August 31, 2023.
  4. ^ "Brayden Lee". AAW.
  5. ^ "Dante Leon". AAW.
  6. ^ "Davey Vega". AAW.
  7. ^ "Fred Yehi". AAW.
  8. ^ "Hartenbower". AAW.
  9. ^ "Jah-C". AAW.
  10. ^ "Jake Something". AAW.
  11. ^ "Josh Alexander". AAW.
  12. ^ "Mance Warner". AAW.
  13. ^ "Mat Fitchett". AAW.
  14. ^ "Steve Manders". AAW.
  15. ^ "Ren Jones". AAW.
  16. ^ "Hakim Zane". AAW.
  17. ^ "Russ Jones". AAW.
  18. ^ "Schaff". AAW.
  19. ^ "Xavier Walker". AAW.
  20. ^ "Christi Jaynes". AAW.
  21. ^ "Heather Reckless". AAW.
  22. ^ "Sierra". AAW.
  23. ^ "Skye Blue". AAW.