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Central Mass Native Returns as WWE Superstar Damien Sandow

Friday, September 21, 2012

 

Central Mass native Aaron Stevens in character as Damien Sandow.

When WWE Raw comes to the DCU Center this Sunday, one of the company's famed superstars will enjoy a homecoming of sorts.

Aaron Stevens, now more well known by his ring name, Damien Sandow, is a graduate of Holy Name Senior High School and a native of North Oxford. Since his debut in 2001, Stevens has gone through multiple personas, but has now settled in as the intellectual Sandow and appears to be a rising star in the WWE.

Another thing you need to know about Stevens is he doesn't break character during interviews. So, to simplify things, he will be referred to as Sandow from here on out.

"It's been a great achievement to make it to the WWE, but the real achievement is me cleansing the company of ignoramuses," Sandow said. "It will be great because I am familiar with the Worcester area, and several members of the Sandow group are still in North Oxford and will be at the show."

During Sunday night's show, expect to witness Sandow battling his nemesis "The Funkasaurus" Brodus Clay. You see, as an intellectual, Sandow looks down upon all the sophomoric actions of most WWE superstars, especially Clay.

"He's my arch-enemy, but also the enemy of taste and decency," Sandow said.

Sandow admits his message of "cleansing the unwashed masses" has not exactly made him popular in the WWE Universe. But, he hopes that as a returning Central Mass resident, the crowd Sunday will be more sympathetic to his cause.

"Hopefully the crowd will be more receptive to my message than other audiences," Sandow said. "The WWE fans have gone through, what I call, a conditioning of ignorance. The other superstars have set such a bad example for such a long time, that of course I will be met with resistance in my crusade to enlighten people."

The show begins at 5 pm inside the DCU Center, and Sandow wants you to know that WWE action is an amazing value.

"I hope many people show up and support my cause," Sandow said. "Any time you pay money for a WWE event, you're guaranteed a surprise and an entertaining experience. Also, you get me enlightening you… I encourage all the kids out there to pursue higher education, but if you're shelling out all that money, why not drop a few dollars to come learn from me at a WWE show."

If you want to see Sandow, and the rest of the WWE superstars, you can purchase your tickets here.
 

 

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