26 Facts About Damien Sandow


Damien Sandow is known for his time in Total Nonstop Action Wrestling and the independent circuit under the ring name Aron Rex, where he was the first-ever Impact Grand Champion in 2016.

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Damien Sandow later appeared for the National Wrestling Alliance before retiring from wrestling.

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In July 2013, Damien Sandow won the Money in the Bank match for a World Heavyweight Championship opportunity, and became the first to lose the cashed-in title match.

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Damien Sandow briefly teamed with Curtis Axel, shortly before returning to singles action, and was released in May 2016.

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Damien Sandow had his WWE's pay-per-view debut match in 2003 at Vengeance as the Easter Bunny in a match with the APA.

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Damien Sandow participated in an angle where he had his fingers "broken" by Raven on Heat.

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Damien Sandow lost to Charles Evans upon his return and no mention of his tag team venture with KC James was made.

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Damien Sandow got his title match in a three-way match, again including champion Jay Bradley and Paul Burchill.

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Damien Sandow's last match for OVW before his release was a two-ring steel cage flag match, which, along with Al Snow, Atlas DaBone, Chet The Jett and Colt Cabana, he defeated Michael W Kruel, Ramon, Raul, The Belgium Brawler and Vladimir Kozlov.

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Damien Sandow appeared for XCW Wrestling Mid-West and Derby City Wrestling for the next few months before re-signing with OVW.

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Damien Sandow defeated BJ for the WWC Puerto Rico Heavyweight Championship, before losing it to Shane Sewell.

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Damien Sandow changed his ring name to Damien Sandow, while adopting a new militant gimmick.

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Haddads main roster character upon his return, Damien Sandow, was described as a "braggart, condescending intellectual heel".

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From December 2012, Damien Sandow began a regular segment in which he unsuccessfully searched for an 'apprentice' by quizzing members of the audience.

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Damien Sandow's misfortune continued when he challenged Intercontinental Champion Big E Langston to a title match at TLC and lost.

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In January 2014, Damien Sandow entered the 2014 Royal Rumble and was the first eliminated, courtesy of CM Punk.

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Damien Sandow mimicked other wrestlers, such as Shawn Michaels, Bret Hart, and Vince McMahon.

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Damien Sandow was 'hired' by Miz to be his "stunt double", which initially entailed him taking bumps for Miz and later expanded to him mimicking every move Miz made during his matches, as well as Miz's mannerisms when not wrestling.

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Damien Sandow began to parrot after Axel, who had been mimicking Hulk Hogan.

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In May 2015, Damien Sandow began impersonating Randy Savage as Macho Mandow, while he and Axel suffered attacks by The Ascension to start a feud.

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Various critics expressed disappointment that Damien Sandow was still restricted to doing comedic impersonations.

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From July to October 2015, Damien Sandow never wrestled a televised match, being restricted to wrestling dark matches or at live events.

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Damien Sandow returned to television on the November 11,2015 episode of Main Event as his original "Intellectual Savior" character, defeating Heath Slater.

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At WrestleMania 32, Damien Sandow was quickly eliminated from the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal by Shaquille O'Neal.

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Damien Sandow's release caused him to become a top 5 Twitter trend in the United States.

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Damien Sandow is considering acting in films, but has not ruled out television or stage acting.

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