The LGBTQ pro wrestling community has seen a lot of growth in the early part of 2021, including Thursday, when independent pro wrestler Aiden Aggro announced to the world that he is pansexual.
The mainstay of Maine-based promotion Limitless Wrestling came out publicly via Twitter, roughly one week after a collection of pro wrestling figures came out and one day after his birthday. The “Biracial Bae” offered love and thanks to the people in his life that helped him reach the point where he felt comfortable addressing his identity publicly.
“Welp, here we go. The people that helped me get to this point, you know who you are, I love you and thank you. The CAPtain’s pansexual,” Aggro said alongside an image of the pansexual Pride flag.
Welp, here we go.— The CAPtain (@HeIsAGGRO) March 11, 2021
The people that helped me get to this point, you know who you are, I love you and thank you.
the CAPtain’s pansexual pic.twitter.com/mGa4Kd0kp4
Aggro has enjoyed a successful career throughout the northeast U.S. with appearances for various independent promotions across the county under his cap as well. Aggro is currently in his third reign as Chaotic Wrestling Tag Team champion alongside fellow Maine State Posse member The DangerKid. The duo also held the Northeast Championship Wrestling Tag Team titles on two occasions.
Both Aggro and The DangerKid have been major parts of Limitless Wrestling’s IWTV series The Road, including a victory over fellow out wrestler Ashley Vox and Delmi Exo, The Sea Stars.
Outsports congratulates Aiden Aggro on living his truth and proving that courage is contagious.