AEW Star Aaron Solo Gets First T-Shirt Released

Hamish Woodward

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AEW’s Aaron Solo has achieved a dream in wrestling after years grinding in AEW. Solo has received his first ever T-shirt in AEW released on Pro-Wrestling Tees. This was his first big piece of merchandise released in his 12 years as a pro-wrestler and will be a huge occasion for the wrestler.

Aaron Solo is part of AEW’s stable “The Factor”. Led by QT Marshall, the group split off from Cody Rhodes’ Nightmare Family to start their own group, based upon the training facility in which they were trained in AEW. QT Marshall was one of the trainers in The Nightmare Factory and recruited his trainees – Anthony Ogogo, Nick Comorato and Aaron Solo – to join his group.

Solo changed his name from Solow last year during his time with the Factory. The group most famous battled with Cody Rhodes in one of the worst feuds in WWE history. The feud involved many matches involving both Rhodes and Solo, with the Anthony Ogogo vs Cody Rhodes being hated by everyone include the two wrestlers in the bout.

Whilst there have been T-shirts released for The Factory, this new shirt is the first solo shirt (if you’ll pardon the pun) released for the AEW star. You can click this link to go to the shirt and purchase it from, or see below to check out this new shirt.

The first ever Aaron Solo shirt from

Aaron Solo, the Californian wrestler who is slowly making a name for himself in the world of wrestling, is currently 33 years old and wrestles mainly on AEW Dark. However, he has made appearances on AEW Dynamite and AEW Rampage, as well as in outside promotions with Tony Khan’s permission.

Aaron Solo and QT Marshall recently wrestled against The Lucha Bros at the Republic Of Lucha Dolores pay per view event, in California. The Factory shockingly won the main event match against Penta and Rey Fenix, indicating that they could be in for a push some time in the near future.

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