A.Q.A announced for Reality of Wrestling’s Sherri Martel Classic

During WrestleMania 38 week in April, Reality of Wrestling is hosting their Sherri Martel Classic and A.Q.A is scheduled for the tourney

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Three talents currently scheduled for the tournament.

From March 31st through April 3rd, Reality of Wrestling is running events in Texas in conjunction with World Class Revolution Wrestling. The first-ever Sherri Martel Classic is taking place on April 2nd. Reality of Wrestling owner Booker T is paying tribute Martel, who managed Harlem Heat (Booker T & Stevie Ray) for several years in WCW.

Thus far, Promise Braxton and Raychell Rose have been announced for the Sherri Martel Classic and while chatting with Renee Paquette and Angela Hill on Sirius XM, Booker stated that newly signed AEW talent A.Q.A is going to be a part of the tournament. A.Q.A trained out of Reality of Wrestling under Booker T.

Man, Promise Braxton is one, she’s an indie worker. Raychell Rose, she’s another that’s gonna be in the tournament as well. A.Q.A, who just got signed to AEW, just got signed to an AEW contract, she’s gonna be in the tournament as well and that’s what I’m all about is just trying to put these young people in position that somebody could see them and hopefully catapult them to the next level and man, they could live out their dream just like I did once upon a time but it’s gonna be an awesome tournament.

Following her performance against Jade Cargill in their TBS Championship match, Tony Khan announced A.Q.A’s signing.

Booker T is going to be action during that stretch of shows for Reality of Wrestling as well. He shared that he’ll be tagging with Rob Van Dam, who Booker won the World Tag Team Titles with in WWE on one occasion.

If the quote in this article is used, please credit ‘Throwing Down with Renee & Miesha’ with an H/T to POST Wrestling for the transcription. 

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