Call it an honor? AEW launched nearly four years ago with its first event in May 2019. The company promised to offer several new ideas and concepts, with one being a more sports based presentation. This included keeping track of wins and losses, which can pile up in a hurry. Now one AEW wrestler has reached a milestone that is noteworthy, but maybe not in the most positive way.

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This week on AEW Dark: Elevation, Lee Moriarty defeated Serpentico in a singles match. The loss gave Serpentico his 100th defeat in AEW, making him the first wrestler to reach that total number of losses in the company. Serpentico made his AEW debut in March 2020 and has wrestled both singles matches as well as teaming with Luther as the Chaos Project. Following his loss, Serpentico commented on the milestone:

Serpentico has been around for a bit. Check out some of his time in AEW:

Opinion: Almost every promotion has that one star who loses over and over and in AEW’s case, Serpentico might be that one. That isn’t a bad thing either, as it means that AEW sees enough in him to keep sending him out there over and over again in an effort to make other wrestlers look good. You don’t see that kind of confidence in many wrestlers and AEW seems to have that in Serpentico.

What do you think of Serpentico? Who is your favorite perennial wrestling loser? Let us know in the comments below.

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