All American Wrestling

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All American Wrestling
Acronym AAW: Professional Wrestling Redefined
Founded 2004
Headquarters Berwyn, Illinois
Founder(s) Danny Daniels
Owner(s) Jim Lynam
Danny Daniels

All American Wrestling, also known as AAW Wrestling or AAW: Professional Wrestling Redefined , is an independent professional wrestling promotion based in Berwyn, Illinois.[1] It is recognized as one of the top independent pro wrestling companies in the Midwest.


The company was established in 2004 based out of Berwyn, Illinois, while the events were (and still are) held in the Berwyn Eagles Club. Its sister company, Shimmer Women Athletes, is located in the same venue. They also promote events around Illinois.[2][3]

In May 2011, the Smashing Pumpkins released a music video for there song "Owata" which featured wrestlers Shelly Martinez, Raven, and Cheerleader Melissa along with other wrestlers wrestling at an AAW event.[4]


Championship Current champion(s) Date won Previous Champion
AAW Heavyweight Championship Eddie Kingston September 12, 2014 Shane Hollister
AAW Heritage Championship Heidi Lovelace August 15, 2014 Matt Cage
AAW Tag Team Championship Dan Lawrence & Markus Crane October 17, 2014 Vacant


Ring name Notes
Arik Cannon
Alex Colon
Brett Gakiya
Christian Rose
Colt Cabana
CJ Esparza
Danny Daniels
Dan Lawrence AAW Tag Team Champion
Dave Crist
Davey Vega
Eddie Kingston AAW Heavyweight Champion
Ethan Page
J. Miller
Jake Crist
Jimmy Jacobs
Keith Walker
Kyle O'Reilly
Knight Wagner
Lamar Titan
Louis Lyndon
Markus Crane AAW Tag Team Champion
Matt Cage
Matt Fitchett
Marion Fontaine
Michael Elgin
Ryan Boz
Shane Hollister
Silas Young
Tweek Phoenix

Female wrestlers[edit]

Ring name Notes
Heather Patera
Heidi Lovelace AAW Heritage Champion
Nikki Mayday

Other personnel[edit]

Ring name Notes
BJ Johnson Referee
Daryck St. Holmes Color Commentator
Jimmy D Ring Announcer
Jim Lynam AAW Owner
Kevin Harvey Manager for We Are Here
Phil Colvin Color Commentator
PJ Drummond Referee
Scarlett Valet of Shane Hollister
Truth Martini Manager of The House of Truth
Val Malone Valet of Silas Young


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