Armando has returned to the sport of professional wrestling.
At the Chicago-based wrestling promotion AAW's 'Hell Hath No Fury' show that took place on March 16th, former manager of the "Samoan Bulldozer" Umaga, Armando Alejandro Estrada made his return to professional wrestling. Estrada returned in front of the crowd inside the Logan Square Auditorium and reintroduced himself. He then made the announcement that he has come across a new monster in the form of current PCW ULTRA Tag Team Champion and the nephew of Umaga, Jacob Fatu.
. @RealArmandoHaHa will be in the corner of @SAMOANWEREWOLF on 4/12/19 at @BourbonSt115 for EPIC: The 15 Year Anniversary Event.— AAW Wrestling (@AAWPro) March 26, 2019
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Estrada was in Fatu's corner for his win over Ace Austin at the event and as noted in the tweet above, Armando will be back with his client for AAW's next show on April 12th. Armando Alejandro is a Chicago-native and on top of his managerial duties, he was also a professional wrestler. He last competed in 2013, per Cagematch.net and he is once again managing a member of the Anoa'i family and is looking to guide Fatu to his first championship in AAW.
While mentioning the Anoa'i family, the current SmackDown Live Tag Team Champions The Usos will be defending their tag titles at WrestleMania per report and for more information about their defense, click here.