Noam Dar Talks His Injury Recovery Process, And WWE's Working Relationship With ICW

Noam chats with his home-country news publication.

On December 2nd of this year, "The Scottish Supernova" Noam Dar was given the green light by WWE to return to his home-country wrestling promotion and the promotion where he got his feet wet in the business, 'Insane Championship Wrestling'. Dar teamed with Wolfgang and BT Gunn to take on Pete Dunne, Tyler Bate and Trent Seven at ICW's 'Fear & Loathing XI' show. On the lead up to the six-man tag team bout, Noam chatted with a number of Scotland news outlets including 'The Sunday Post'. 

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During the interview Noam talked about the working relationship between WWE and European promotions like PROGRESS Wrestling and ICW but more specifically ICW. Dar stated that it is like a token of gratitude from WWE to ICW to allow guys like Killian Dain and Drew McIntyre to return to the promotion where they honed their skills at.

“I think it’s important to be able to highlight and showcase that these promotions like ICW exist without WWE and especially now that there’s a great working relationship there,” he says.“I think that’s WWE’s token of gratitude to ICW; to allow guys that were homegrown there to come and put performances on now and again to give back and help. I think that’s really important to the development of the company and us personally. It’s really good to have these opportunities.”

The Ayr, Scotland native returned from injury over the summer during the WWE United Kingdom Championship tournament. Dar was out with a knee injury that put him on the sidelines for nearly eight months. He said that the time away was testing and he felt like he was going to be on crutches forever.

“That was a very testing time, to go through something like that, not being able to do what you love,” he says. “It felt like I was going to be in crutches forever. It was fun using a wee mobility scooter, zooming about Tescos, but apart from that it was pretty dreadful."

 

To check out the full write-up on Noam Dar, click here. On a related note, Dar recently stated that his goal at the moment is to become WWE Cruiserweight Champion and to do that he must defeat "The Juggernaut" Buddy Murphy.

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