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First Ever Autism Wrestling Champion to be Crowned

by American Xcellence Wrestling

Apr 20, 2023

A few weeks ago, it was announced by American Xcellence Wrestling that on April 29 at the Historic Hamburg Field House in Hamburg, PA, “HONOR: Autism Awareness” would be the host of the first ever ROBBIE RUMBLE.

What in the world is the Robbie Rumble, you ask?

Robbie Evans is the sixteen year old son of “Brutal” Bob Evans, independent wrestler and mentor to a ton of performers. A child on the autism spectrum, Robbie is a fun loving young man and lives his life to the fullest. He is an inspiration to his family and all that know him.

Most of all, he loves wrestling. There have been multiple instances of Robbie “doing the drives” with his father to various wrestling shows and seminars. Robbie was seen helping his Dad and Tough Tim Hughes run a seminar at the Monster Factory this past Saturday night. In fact, many have said that Robbie was the hardest worker there, helping out wherever he was needed.

So when AXW management wanted to do their annual “Autism Acceptance” event for 2023, they went to “Brutal” Bob with an idea.

For the first time in AXW history, a Rumble match up will take place inside the Historic Hamburg Field House. And, most importantly, to help supervise this interesting match will be Robbie Evans himself!

The winner of the Robbie Rumble will represent World Autism Champion Malichi in the ring at the end of the match.

“I hope all the fans enjoy it as much as I’m going to,” stated Robbie. “I want to see the best man win and show that the Robbie Rumble is for everyone!”

Already announced for the Robbie Rumble:

  • Goldy, leader of The Golden Era
  • Andy Header
  • Making his AXW debut, O’Shay Edwards!

With just three men announced, the anticipation is already building. Who else will be in the Rumble on April 29? Who will win this unique battle?

This event will help benefit the Autism Society of Berks County! We’re also seeking donations for the benefit auction that will directly benefit the Autism Society of Berks County!

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