Former AEW Star Discusses Life After The Company

Former AEW Star Discusses Life After The Company AEW

Former AEW star and Dark Order member Alan Angels has spoken about how it felt to bet on himself after leaving the company.

Angels – who has since dropped his first name – left AEW early in 2022, choosing instead to forge his own path on the independent circuit.

He now wrestles for a variety of different wrestling promotions, including IMPACT Wrestling, where he is a member of the stable The Design (formerly Violent By Design).

Speaking with Sean Ross Sapp of Fightful, at a recently-released interview conducted at WrestleCade 2022, Angels was positive about his decision to move on:

“It does feel good. I gotta say I feel like I was a little bit of a different person in that interview. I think humble Angels is gone, right? Yeah, I bet on myself. You know why I bet on myself, Sean? Because I’m that damn good, Sean. I am very good.”

Angels also had some less positive things to say about former Dark Order stablemate Evil Uno:

“It’s not like I’m going to forgive him, you know what I mean? He treated me like shit for two years almost. So you think I’m just going to forgive him like that? No. Personally, I would love to fight him. Like I said, today I’m here because I’m paid. If it were up to me, I wouldn’t want to see his ugly face. He does have an ugly face under that mask, as we almost saw last night.”

Transcription courtesy of Fightful.

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