QT Marshall Loses AAA Latin American Title

QT Marshall is no longer the AAA Latin American Champion, thanks to interference from a fellow AEW star.

AEW wrestler and backstage figure QT Marshall has lost the AAA Latin American Championship after a 99 day reign. 

Marshall lost to Octagon Jr. at AAA's recent Guerra de Titanes event, after interference from Pentagon Jr. (also known as Penta El Zero Miedo outside of the promotion and in AEW. 

Penta was involved in the match which saw QT initially become champion at Triplemania XXXI in August, a four-way for the then-vacant title also involving Texano Jr. and Dralistico. 

The AAA Latin American Championship was created in 2011, in circumstances surrounding a storyline where IMPACT Wrestling talent invaded the promotion. AAA's Dr. Wagner Jr. defeated IMPACT's Rob Van Dam to become the inaugural champion. 

The belt's lineage has so far seen 14 unique champions, with no one yet able to secure a second reign. Past holders of the title include previously-mentioned AEW star Penta, his brother Rey Fenix, L.A. Park, Johnny Mundo, and El Hijo del Fantasma (now known as Santos Escobar in WWE.) 

It is unknown whether the title loss signifies an imminent return to AEW TV for Marshall. His last televised match in AEW came on night two of Fyter Fest 2023, where he successfully defended the Latin American title against the luchador Gravity. 

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