Allie Kat Returns to AAW as Allie Katch, Aligns with IMPACT’s John E. Bravo

Allie Katch Arrives in AAW

Indie star Allie Kat, who just had a great showing during WrestleMania Week, made her long-awaited return to AAW Pro in Chicago, but it was a far different version than the one who last appeared for AAW in November of 2018 in a loss to Quinn McKay. In a shocking reveal, Allie Kat – who has now changed her name to Allie Katch – returned to AAW as the latest talent acquisition by “manager of champions” John E. Bravo, best known for his current work for IMPACT Wrestling and as the long-standing manager of Taya Valkyrie.

John E. Bravo arrived in AAW last week scouting new talent for his managerial services, quickly signing up ZOWA Wrestling‘s Mike Hartenbower. This marks Hartenbower’s return to his home state of Illinois after spending the past few years in Florida. With Bravo now adding Allie Katch to his team, it will be interesting to see if this new stable ventures beyond AAW or remains exclusive to the brand. Allie Katch has already begun changing her social media presence, blacking out her profile picture and header, while reducing her handle to simply “A K”. This new version of Allie Kat seems to be a lot more determined and aggressive, forged in the fires of her past two years fighting in the trenches of Game Changer Wrestling (GCW). The heel turn actually began earlier in the night at Glory Pro, when Allie Kat turned on WARHORSE during the event.

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