#AndNEW: AJ Gray Wins Glory Pro Crown of Glory Championship

AJ Gray

Following an injury to Glory Pro Crown of Glory Champion Eddie Kingston before last night’s Glory Pro Thunderstruck event, the title was stripped from the “Mad King” and in the main event, challengers Curt Stallion and Paco were left without a third man in the championship triple threat. Enter AJ Gray, a last-minute replacement, who has been breaking out in the Midwest for the past few years. To the shock of the entire audience – including AJ Gray himself – “Rich Homie Juice” AJ Gray walked away the new Crown of Glory Champion capping off a stellar 2019.

The Southern grappler has become a mainstay in the Midwest, particularly in Indiana, where he’s the reigning Paradigm Pro Heavyweight Champion and recently won the Black Label Pro Midwest Championship as well. He’s also worked regularly with Ohio’s Absolute Intense Wrestling (AIW), as well as IWA Mid South, Game Changer Wrestling (GCW), and others.

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