TNA GRAND CHAMPION
Aron Rex

Aaron Steven Haddad

D.O.B: 3 August, 1982
Birthplace: Worcester, Massachusetts
Height: 6’4″
Weight: 247lbs
Trained By: Killer Kowalski, Chaotic Wrestling
Twitter: @AronRexTNA

Personal Life


Aaron Steven Haddad is a professional wrestler, currently working for TNA under the ring name Aron Rex.

He is best known for his run with WWE, where he used the name Damien Sandow.

Haddad began wrestling in 2001, and appeared for WWE in 2002, under the ring name Aaron Stevens. In 2004, he began working for WWE Developmental territory, Ohio Valley Wrestling, where he remained until 2006, when he once again, briefly appeared on the WWE main roster before being released by the company in 2007.

After his WWE release, he worked for promotions such as the World Wrestling Council in Puerto Rico.

He signed with WWE again in 2010, and was sent to their new developmental territory, Florida Championship Wrestling, where he became Damien Sandow.

In 2012, Sandow began working on the WWE main roster, going on to win the WWE Money In The Bank match in 2013, to earn a shot at the World Heavyweight Championship.

In 2014, Damien Sandow transistioned into Damien Mizdow, a stunt double for The Miz. The pair became the WWE Tag Team Champions, with Mizdow becoming one of the most popular characters in WWE’s recent history.

After splitting with The Miz, Sandow aligned with Curtis Axel, in a parody of The Mega Powers tag team, which featured Hulk Hogan and The ‘Macho Man’ Randy Savage. The parody, named The Meta Powers, saw Sandow adopt the ‘Macho Man’s’ gimmick and begin calling himself Macho Mandow.

The team disbanded quietly when news of Hulk Hogan’s racist comments became public, and WWE decided to distance themselves from all things Hogan.

This led to Sandow only making sporadic appearances for the company before being released for the second time in 2016.

He then went on to sign for TNA, becoming Aron Rex.

Haddad has been taking acting classes and Shakespearean acting classes in the hope of breaking into acting.

Professional Wrestling Career

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