#AndNEW: ACH Wins AAW Heavyweight Championship

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This past weekend at AAW Chaos Theory, “Super” ACH became the new AAW Heavyweight champion defeating Rey Fenix. Full of energy and with the crowd behind him, it’s finally ACH’s time to shine in the main event spotlight. After spending ten years on the Texas wrestling scene and then in companies like Ring Of Honor, “The Glow Of Texas” has gained supreme confidence as an all-around performer after wrestling the likes of Zack Sabre Jr and Roderick Strong at a young age. But now at 30 years old, he’s ready to take on the world.

ACH has had to climb his way to the top in a way the audience could appreciate, losing big matches for the EVOLVE Wrestling Championship but always regaining his momentum. ACH’s previous matches in Dragon Gate USA earned him a spot in last year’s NJPW Best Of The Super Juniors tournament and the NJPW Junior Tag Team tournament with Ryusuke Taguchi. The man from Austin, Texas loves to have fun but he also performs one of the finest Brainbuster’s in all of pro wrestling.

Penta El Zero M defeated ACH in 2017 for the AAW Heritage Championship and ACH promised he would become the AAW Heavyweight champion when he was given a chance. Keith Lee has lost the VIP Wrestling Heavyweight Championship to “The Human Video Game Highlight” in the past so ACH is no stranger to holding the big gold belt, but AAW Pro has a competitive roster for the champion to contend with. ACH has shown what it takes to be a contender but this year is a whole new story and the gold is around his waist. ACH can be the champion AAW Pro needs, he always gives the fans a fantastic match.

The Knights Of Columbus in Lasalle, Illinois was the setting for AAW Chaos Theory, where Rey Fenix was dethroned of the AAW Heavyweight Championship by ACH. It was a dream match that pitted two of the best high-flyers in AAW against each other for all the marbles. Both used their uncanny agility but ACH won the final exchange and the crowd exploded when ACH got the final pin fall. “All-Ego” Ethan Page had to have his eyes on the match being a former EVOLVE Wrestling tag team champion with ACH as The Troll Boyz and he will want a title shot in the future. ACH has also previously held the Anarchy Championship Wrestling (ACW) Heavyweight Championship. February is the the eleventh anniversary as a professional wrestler for ACH and he is going to make this year a memorable one. #GoGoACH!

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