Austin Aries joins BioXcellerator

Austin Aries confirmed with that he did meet up with DDP and AEW after it was reported that he was seen backstage at this past Wednesday’s AEW Dynamite at the State Farm Arena in Atlanta, Georgia, but it looks like it was regarding partnering with BioXcellarator who he works for, and not a wrestling contract.

On Instagram is where Austin Aries announced that he had officially joined BioXcellerator as the Director of Athletic Performance Division. 


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BIG ANNOUNCEMENT!!! . Many of you know that I went down to Medellin, Colombia in December for @bioxcellerator_ #stemcelltherapy, and now after a couple months, my neck and lower back feel really good. I was honestly so impressed with the entire @bioxcellerator_ operation. So much so, that upon returning I had conversations about joining the @bioxcellerator_ team in some capacity. . With that, I am EXTREMELY EXCITED TO ANNOUNCE that I have officially joined BioXcellerator as Director Of Athletic Performance Division. My role will be to continue connecting high level athletes, entertainers and influencers with all the amazing benefits of @bioxcellerator_ #stemcelltherapy. As someone whose passion is helping people, I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to be a part of this company that is changing lives with their cutting edge #stemcelltherapy. . So, anyone who’s been thinking about, or interested in finding out more about BioXcellerator stem cell therapy, I’m your guy! Please DM or email me at [email protected] Here’s to all our improved health and happiness in 2020 and beyond! . . #bioxcellerator #bioxmen #bioxwomen #stemcell #stemcells #stemcelltherapy #medellin #colombia

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According to BioXcellerator website they claim to be the World Leader in Advanced Stem Cell Therapy for Cosmetic, Anti-Aging, Orthopedic Injuries and Autoimmune Diseases.

After losing the IMPACT World Heavyweight Championship and heading over to WWE where he wrestled from March 2016 to October 2017, he returned to Ring of Honor for a while, but is currently signed to Major League Wrestling.