Al Katrazz - Professional Wrestling Career - Alternative Wrestling Show (2003–2007)

Alternative Wrestling Show (2003–2007)

Katrazz, debuted in the Alternative Wrestling Show on May 31, 2003 in a six-man tag team match, where he reunited with Hardkore Kidd and teamed with Adam Pearce to defeat Babi Slymm, Disco Machine, and Super Dragon. Over the following months, Katrazz was victorious over the likes of Slymm, Dragon, Kenny King, Disco Machine, and Excalibur.

On May 1, 2004, he and Hardkore Kidd reformed Hardkore Inc. and won the Tag Team Championship by defeating Lil Cholo and Scorpio Sky. After Kidd left the ASW, Katrazz selected Adam Pearce as his new tag team partner and they successfully retained the title against Joey Ryan and Scott Lost on May 29. Katrazz then picked Skulu as his second replacement partner, and together they retained the title two months later against Black Metal and King Jakal. At A Major Styles Clash on September 25, Katrazz and Skulu lost the title to Misterioso and Super Boy.

In 2005, Katrazz attempted to reclaim the Tag Team Title with Davey Richards, first unsuccessesfully challenging Los Chivos (Enigma de Oro and Kayam) on June 18. They were again unsuccessful after Los Chivo retained their title in a four-way tag team match on July 30 that also involved the teams of Junior and Phoenix Star and Ronin and Top Gun Talwar.

After losing to the Heavyweight Champion Human Tornado at Turkey Sandwich on November 26 via disqualification, he captured the championship on May 20, 2006 at Mayhem: A Fight For The Belt. He won a 32-Man Bunkhouse Brawl at Bart's Bunkhouse Brawl on July 29 to retain the Heavyweight Title after lasting an hour and four minutes. After losing to Human Tornado via disqualification on September 30 at Prelude To A Slaughterhouse, the Heavyweight Title was vacated on October 1. From June 22 an July 27, 2007, Katrazz competed in a tournament for the vacant Heavyweight Championship. After defeating Enigma de Oro, Apollo Kahn and Peter Goodman in the previous rounds, he defeated former tag team partner Aaron Aguilera at Crowning A Champion to win his second Heavyweight Title. On November 4, he lost the championship to Lil Cholo in a No Disqualification Falls Count Anywhere match before leaving the promotion.

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