Erick Stevens is having his retirement match next month in Tampa, Florida.
The long-time veteran will have his final match at Beyond Wrestling's "Big Balls" event taking place on April 5. The match will cap off a year-long comeback tour that began this past May.
While Sarasota is my hometown, Tampa is where Erick Stevens was born. It’s only right that I end this come back - And my career - Right where it started.— Erick Stevens (@erickstevens82) March 4, 2020
One more time. For the last time. https://t.co/e95PlJ4dRS
Stevens initially retired in 2010 and stayed retired for almost a decade before coming back in 2019. During his comeback tour, Stevens wrestled for various promotions, including Black Label Pro, GCW, AIW, and MLW. Stevens wrestled on February 29 at a Black Label Pro show in Crown Point, Indiana, defeating Josh Alexander for the BLP Heavyweight title.
Prior to retiring, Stevens was a regular at Ring Of Honor, wrestling the likes of Colt Cabana, Eddie Edwards, Davey Richards, Roderick Strong and more. Fightful will have an exclusive interview with Stevens drop on the site soon.