Super Fly Announces Departure From AAA After 15 Years

AAA veteran Super Fly reveals that he has left the promotion after being there since 2005.

As the free-agent market in wrestling continues to be a focal point heading into 2022, a AAA veteran announces he's departing the company.

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Super Fly announced on Facebook that after over 15 years with AAA he's entering free agency in an effort to revitalize his career.

Super Fly was very grateful to AAA and its management for all the years he spent there.

From Super Fly on Facebook

The open secret is confirmed today!

I AM AN INDEPENDENT WRESTLER!

Honestly, it is difficult to make a decision of this magnitude I worked for more than 15 years in one of the best companies worldwide AAA that gave me the opportunity and saw me grow, wrestling-wise, but I think it's time to close a cycle and start another. To be honest, I will always have my total gratitude to Antonio Peña, Joaquín Roldán, Maricela Peña, Dorian Roldán, and Jorge Flores for the attention and opportunities provided thank you very much, but I think it is time to renew or die.
Remained at the order of any promoter and/or wrestler I am to serve all of you!!!!!

THANK YOU!"

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