By Jason Powell, ProWrestling.net Editor (@prowrestlingnet)
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Merrionette Park, Illinois at 115 Bourbon Street
Results courtesy of AAWrestling.com
1. Ace Romero defeated Clayton Gainz, Jimmy Jacobs, PACO, and Manders in a five-way scramble.
2. David Starr defeated Adam Brooks.
3. Kimber Lee defeated Kris Statlander and Shazza McKenzie in a three-way. Lee won with a ganzo bomb on Shazza.
4. “FiyahFox” AR Fox and Myron Reed defeated Dezmond Xavier and Matt Cross.
5. Mance Warner defeated Jackson. Warner called out Jimmy Jacobs afterward. Warner and Jacobs brawled and had to be separated.
6. “LAX” Santana and Ortiz defeated Penta EL 0M and Gringo Loco to retain the AAW Tag Titles. Loco was a replacement for Rey Fenix. AAW notes that Fenix was unable to enter the U.S. due to a passport/visa issue.
7. Fatu (w/Armando Alejandro Estrada) defeated Larry D.
8. Darby Allin defeated Sammy Guevara.
9. MJF defeated DJZ to become the 27th AAW Heritage Champion. After the match, DJZ gave a farewell speech. AAW notes that DJZ is moving to Orlando in three weeks (to begin his NXT run).
10. Jessicka Havok, Davey Vega, and Mat Fitchett defeated “WRSTLING” Curt Stallion, Eddie Kingston, and Jake Something in a Bourbon Street Fight.
Next show: Saturday, May 11 in Chicago at Logan Square Auditorium with Sami Callihan, Jessicka Havok, MJF, LAX, Penta El OM, TJP, Thunder Rosa, and more.
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