For the first time since 2017, Damien Sandow is returning to wrestling.
Former WWE Tag Champion Aron Stevens, better known by wrestling fans as Damien Sandow has not wrestled since January of 2017 which was for IMPACT Wrestling. For the first time since that match, Sandow will be returning to in-ring competition for the Battle Arts PRO Academy's show on July 13th at the Don Kolov Arena.
The date is selected! Our inaugural Battle Arts PRO show will be July 13 2019 @ the Don Kolov Arena, Mississauga. Stay tuned for marketing & press conference info. Our first BIG announcement is the RETURN OF ARON STEVENS fka Damian Sandow #ProWrestling #ProfessionalWrestling— Battle Arts PRO (@BattleArts_PRO) May 29, 2019
Sandow will be wrestling Timothy O'Connor who is a Dublin, Ireland native and a BAA Heavyweight Champion. Sandow took to social media to hype his forthcoming match with O'Connor and earlier in the day, the former WWE star teased that he will be returning to wrestling under a 'Millennial Slayer' persona.
.... @irish_oconnor nothing against you as an individual. Just your generation as a whole. #milenialslayer see you in the 13th at the Don Kolov Arena if you are not still nursing your wounds & and if you can put your cell phone down long enough to actually show up. #truth #someonehadtosayit
Well, here you go... pic.twitter.com/KhfKlJnwP7— Aron (@AronsThoughts) July 7, 2019
While Sandow is set on returning to wrestling, also set on making a return were former WWE Divas Champions Nikki and Brie Bella. During a recent edition of their podcast, Nikki and Brie revealed that they were slated to return to WWE TV after WrestleMania 35 to feud with The IIconics for the Women's Tag Team Championships.