It was a rough night for Maxwell Jacob Friedman (MJF) on Friday night. To start things off, he had to defend his All American Wrestling (AAW) Heritage Championship against former Combat Zone Wrestling (CZW) World Heavyweight Champion (and fellow Major League Wrestling star) Mance Warner.
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Jake Something Wins AAW Heritage Championship
While MJF was successful in his title defense, his arrogance ultimately led to his downfall once again. Following his victory, he ran his mouth and was received by Jake Something, who had won his earlier bout, a triple threat against Air Wolf and Trey Miguel, but Jake was up for another fight. In short work, he defeated MJF and became the new AAW Heritage Champion.
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Another big win for Jake Something, who recently made his official IMPACT Wrestling debut last month alongside Cody Deaner as “Cousin Jake” in the new Deaner Cousins tag team. In AAW, he remains a part of the stable WRSTLING, lead by David Starr and Eddie Kingston, that also features Something alongside Curt Stallion as the stable’s tag team.
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