Aaron is a married man. He married Valerie Aguilera on 9 September 2004. They have two children together. They are still living together. He is not involved in any kind of extra marital affairs and he also doesn’t have any other girlfriend.
In 2000, Aguilera first appeared in the World Wrestling Federation with Christopher Daniels as Uno, one half of Los Conquistadores during the time Edge and Christian were masquerading as the team. In 2004, he faced John Cena in a Street Fight at Armageddon for the WWE United States Championship but he was defeated by him.
Aguilera also appeared in Ultimate Pro Wrestling, marking his first wrestling match since being released by WWE. On August 6, 2005, Aguilera began appearing in the Pro Wrestling Guerrilla (PWG) promotion. He lost his first match to T.J. Perkins (aka Puma), and then on the August 19, 2005 teaming with Davey Richards to defeat Perkins and Alex Shelley.
Aguilera also established himself as an actor. He made his first appearance on an episode of the American version of Faking It. The story behind the episode he was in was a New York City lawyer having to fake being a professional wrestler, and Aguilera was his trainer. He also made his appearance in Carlos Mencia's sketch comedy series, Mind of Mencia, as a stereotypical Hispanic abusive boyfriend. He earned huge salary throughout his life from his acting and wrestling career. However, his real time net worth is unknown to the press.