Aron Stevens Reveals Why He Came Back To Professional Wrestling, Discusses His Time On NWA Powerrr

The Intellectual Saviour Of The Masses speaks...

Following his release from WWE back in 2016, Aron Stevens wrestled briefly in IMPACT Wrestling and WCPW but ultimately decided he no longer had the hunger to be a professional wrestler and decided to quit the industry.

After a two and a half year hiatus, however, the man formerly known as Damien Sandow is back in pro wrestling with the National Wrestling Alliance. He has formed a budding partnership with ?The Question Mark? and is the reigning NWA National Heavyweight Champion, as well as a third-degree black belt in mongrovian karate.

Stevens recently sat down for an interview with Chris Van Vliet in which he discussed why he returned to professional wrestling. While Van Vliet did not record this portion of their discussion, he said the reason Stevens came back was because of the positive reaction to an interview they did together in early 2019. Van Vliet explained this rekindled The Duke Of Decency's desire to wrestle again and ultimately led to him joining the NWA.

Van Vliet revealed: "It was actually the response from you guys to that interview that brought him back to pro wrestling…He personally told me that when I saw him at NWA."

When asked about his time in the NWA, The Intellectual Saviour Of The Masses explained its been "wonderful" and that he has very much enjoyed his short stint on Powerrr so far.

Stevens said: "Well, it's been wonderful again. This company, its taken an old school template and its applied the modern flair to it, like where the wrestling industry is headed. But then when you have the template of having the studio wrestling setting, it just has a nostalgic feel but modern-day thrills and excitement as I say and personally, it's been wonderful."

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