AAW Never Say Die Results (6/28): Curt Stallion Makes His Decision, FATU Wants A Challenge, Mance Warner Says Goodbye


Once again, we had the chance at ProWrestling.com to attend an AAW show in Chicago, IL and once again, the top promotion in Chicago did not disappoint. With a depleted roster, AAW has gone out of their way to build stars while keeping the audience engaged with storylines. This show was a lot about the changes of stars, mainly Sami Callihan and Eddie Kingston. Check it out with photos and videos below!

JUNE 28TH, 2019
Report by Doug Enriquez for ProWrestling.com

Fight for the Future Match

Apologies for the lack of names of these gents, but it was a very quick affair that ended after 4 minutes.


This was a standard Ace Romero match, very fun and everyone into his entrance. Ace Austin was very lost in this match, and didn’t seem to have a place. That said, Clayton Gainz once again impressed with his funny Shaker Cup gimmick and great selling. Ace Romero did his signature pounce to Ace Austin onto the hard wooden stage. Ace & PACO with the victory here.

Winners in 8:02: Ace Romero & PACO

After the match, Romero & PACO try to celebrate, but they’re interrupted by the AAW World Heavyweight Champion, Sami Callihan, along with his verbose manager, JT Davidson. Sami gets right in the face of the two, and tells them to get out of his ring. He spits water into PACO’s face, which leads to Ace taking him out. He stands over Sami and tells him that if he still has that open challenge for later in the evening, HE ACCEPTS!!!


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Well…this was a match. Priscilla Kelly was the best part here, and her star power showed. Her entrance was great and people were captivated right away.

After that, Kelly was the best part here. She had great charisma throughout. This was Statlander’s third appearance in AAW in Chicago…and it was not great. Her previous match with Clayton Gainz was pretty good, but she regressed once again and didn’t impress much here, especially with the match feeling a bit too long. Priscilla Kelly was victorious in this one. Kelly got a “please come back” chant when it was over.

Winner in 11:46 – Priscilla Kelly

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