AEW celebrates an important record



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AEW celebrates an important record

Pac, also known to professional wrestling fans as Neville in WWE, has always been a great performer who has always amazed fans every time he stepped into the ring with his stunts and quick moves. Although in WWE he has had his ups and downs, in AEW he seems to have found his dimension of him and together with his Death Triangle mates, Penta and Rey Fenix, he managed to take off some satisfaction.

But not only that, because recently in single he also won the AEW All-Atlantic title, becoming the inaugural champion, which he continues to defend in great matches inside and outside the company. The victory of this title came at the AEW X NJPW event where he defeated Clark Connors, Malakai Black and Miro in a Fatal-4-Way Match.

His last titled defense dates back to when he beat Kip Sabian during AEW All Out Zero Hour, All Out's pre-show.

AEW celebrates a record

During the episode of AEW Dynamite which aired Wednesday night, AEW President Tony Khan announced, via a video that appeared on the screen, that both the AEW Trios Championships and the AEW World Championship, have been vacated following the brawl.

backstage broke out among the champions who wore these belts to their lives. While as regards the AEW World Championship a tournament is underway to decree the new champion who will replace former WWE champion CM Punk, suspended for the fight and out of play due to an arm injury, the Trios titles have already been reassigned during the episode and to winning them was the Death Triangle by beating the Best Friends.

This allowed Pac to reach a very important record in the Jacksonville company, a record that had never been achieved before, with AEW celebrating it by writing on social media: "AEW All-Atlantic & World Trios Champion, Pac.

The first double champion in AEW history. Congratulations to Pac and we hope he can add more and more important milestones to his resume, alone or together with Penta and Fenix. It has been reported that Triple H and WWE recently contacted wantaway AEW performer Malakai Black.

According to Dave Meltzer, who stated in the most recent edition of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Black was indeed one of the AEW performers that WWE contacted. "What we do know is that Black was one of the people WWE reached out to even though he had signed a five-year deal with AEW."