Aron Stevens (Damien Sandow) Comments On ‘Swan Song’ At NWA Alwayz Ready

Aron Stevens is saying goodbye to professional wrestling.

At NWA's upcoming pay-per-view Alwayz Ready, Aron Stevens is set to take on Trevor Murdoch in a singles match that is being advertised as 'Aron Stevens' Swan Song'. Although the promotion is still questioning whether Stevens intentions are genuine, the former NWA National Champion made the following comments on his Instagram:

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"This match against Trevor Murdoch at #ALWAYZREADY, My Swan song as it were, not only marks the finale of an unparalleled wrestling career but the dawn of a new age. When I first left wrestling, the business experienced one of the biggest lulls in its history. Since returning, my presence has not only proven a blessing to fans everywhere but the entire industry has been better off because I was a part of it. After June 11th I will keep the wrestling fans, all staff, the competitors, and the entire industry in my thoughts and prayers going forward as they all proceed without me. Thank
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Stevens has spent the past four years of his career in the NWA, where he has won the NWA National Championship and the NWA World Tag Team Championships with JR Kratos. Before that, Stevens had a short tenure with IMPACT Wrestling under the name 'Aron Rex'.

Stevens is best known for his time in WWE, as he was in the company's various developmental systems until 2011. After being called up to the main roster, Stevens tagged with various partners including Cody Rhodes and The Miz.

You can see the full updated card for NWA Alwayz Ready by clicking here.

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