Update on Damien Sandow’s Current Whereabouts, WWE Reaches Social Media Milestone, WWE Network Maintenance
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Click Here: wallabies rugby jerseyUpdate on Damien Sandow’s Current Whereabouts
Former WWE and TNA star Damien Sandow, who quietly left Impact Wrestling this year, has relocated to Los Angeles, according to PWInsider.com, and is now pursuing a career in acting.
Sandow previously worked for WWE from 2003-2007, during which time he wrestled under the name Idol Stevens. He was released in 2007 and later re-signed with the company in 2010. He made his return under the ring name Damien Sandow, and was released back on May 6th, 2016.
Sandow signed with TNA on August 10th, 2016, and made his debut as Aron Rex. In January of this year, Rex debuted a Liberace-inspired gimmick, however, it was short-lived, and Rex announced in April of this year that he was no longer with Impact Wrestling.
WWE Reaches Social Media Milestone
WWE.com is reporting the following:
“Congratulations are in order! WWE’s official YouTube channel reached yet another major milestone Sunday night when it gained its 20 millionth subscriber on the popular video site.
With highlights from Raw, SmackDown LIVE, NXT and 205 Live, exclusive interview clips, as well as original series like Southpaw Regional Wrestling, My Son/Daughter Is a WWE Superstar, WWE Game Night and more, WWE’s YouTube channel is an amazing destination for any member of the WWE Universe!
With more than 18 billion views and now 20 million subscribers, it’s clear that WWE’s presence on YouTube is only getting stronger.”