Earlier during the day on Monday, Game Changer Wrestling (GCW) announced that West Coast indie veteran B-Boy had to pull out of the upcoming GCW Acid Cup 3 being held during WrestleMania Week in Tampa, Florida as part of The Collective Remix, due to injury. B-Boy was part of the second half of the 16-competitor field announced last week, following the first eight announcements in weeks prior. It didn’t take long for GCW to find his replacement, however, and on Monday night, they revealed that they were bringing in a fourth Mexican luchador to the tournament – joining Dragon Bane, Arez, and Laredo Kid – in the form of 22-year Mexico sensation Aramis.
While he’s competed on several AAA Lucha Libre cards, his main promotion is International Wrestling Revolution Group (IWRG), where he’s a former IWRG Rey del Aire Champion and IWRG Intercontinental Tag Team Champion. Aramis made his U.S. debut in 2019 as an entrant in that year’s Pro Wrestling Guerrilla (PWG) Battle of Los Angeles tournament and has since appeared for the likes of AAW Pro, GALLI Lucha, and Warrior Wrestling. Now he’s making his GCW debut over WrestleMania Week as part of the Acid Cup 3. A true rising star in Lucha Libre, Aramis’ GCW debut will no doubt help catapult him in the U.S. and put more eyes on him than ever before.
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