You may have already heard, or maybe you haven’t, regardless, the big news that Rolling Stone broke yesterday has be realized. Arguably the hottest free agent on the market, Damien Sandow, has been signed by Impact Wrestling. Sandow’s recent run with WWE spanned a little over a half decade and included a Tag Team Championship run and Money in the Bank win. More importantly...
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Tomorrow night on #IMPACTonPop… he's doing things his way:https://t.co/kpCLf3wgth — TNA WRESTLING (@IMPACTWRESTLING) August 11, 2016 Will the artist formerly known as Damien Sandow, now going by Aron Stevens, make his debut on TNA Impact Wrestling tonight? The video above is teasing a big addition to the roster but it could be… Huh, this is interesting. Time to...
Damien Sandow, whose real name is Aaron Stevens, was one of the wave of WWE wrestlers recently released as the company has focused on showcasing new talent from NXT and abroad - but Sandow wasn't unhappy to see his WWE career come to an end. In an interview on Chris Jericho's podcast, Sandow explained that he himself was considering a sabbatical from WWE when he got the call about...
I wasn’t surprised at the fact WWE once again had its annual roster purge following WrestleMania. What I am surprised at is the company that continually looks for top talent parted ways with Damien Sandow. The jobber who was solid on the mic, solid in the ring and as charismatic as any other star on the roster never found his niche in a company of brooding competition and one...
Damien Sandow was last seen in action alongside Darren Young in a Fatal Four Way elimination tag for a Rumble spot during the Royal Rumble kickoff. Prior to this match, he was last seen on television on the November 14, 2015 episode of Main Event, defeating Heath Slater. And let me remind you that further to ditching his popular Mizdow and absurd Macho Mandow gimmicks in early 2015...
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Let me get this out of the way right from the start: I don't dislike Sandow. Quite the contrary. He's a fantastic in-ring athlete and his work on the mic was sublime. It's the gimmicks he's been forced to work with that I'm not a fan of.
Now that WrestleMania is over it’s time to look to the future. Here are eight ideas to make the WWE product even better. These ideas vary from the show itself to the wrestlers. The ideas are realistic as well. The possible scenarios below is to keep the momentum WWE has had since WrestleMania. Guys and girls from NXT should start off on Smackdown When WWE had the brand extension...
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