Youngest AEW Star Ever Makes In-Ring Debut On Dynamite

Youngest AEW Star Ever Makes In-Ring Debut On Dynamite AEW

After having turned 18 just a few days ago, a teen prodigy made his in-ring debut on tonight’s July 12 AEW Dynamite.

Tonight on AEW Dynamite, Nick Wayne made his AEW in-ring debut in a high flying effort against Swerve Strickland.

In what can be considered a continuation of their DEFY Wrestling feud, Swerve Strickland made good on his promise to be the first opponent for Nick Wayne in AEW.

After having been offered an ‘AEW Futures’ contract when he was just 16 years old, after turning 18, Nick Wayne finally made his in-ring debut.

In an impressive outing showcasing his fast and flying offense, Wayne showed why many were referring to him as a “prodigy”, but in the end, Strickland picked up the victory.

In addition to the impressive showing in his debut match, there was also another vignette ahead of the bout explaining more about his history in the business.

Highlighting his lifelong passion for professional wrestling, Nick detailed in his own words the day that his Mother explained to him that his Father, Buddy Wayne, had passed away.

Nick Wayne is a third generation star, with Grandfather Moondog Ed Moretti being another notable name in his lineage.

After the match, Wayne was supported by real life friend/mentor Darby Allin as the latter continues renewing his rivalry with Strickland.

Earlier in the night, Strickland attacked Allin and cost Allin and Orange Cassidy their tag team tournament match against Daniel Garcia and Sammy Guevara.

When AEW Dynamite went off the air, Tony Khan tweeted an All Elite graphic signifying that Nick Wayne was officially All Elite.

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3 months ago by Amanda Savage



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