This week, independent wrestler Nick Sanders (Leo Sparrow) appeared on both WWE and AEW TV.
Sanders worked as an enhancement talent on Monday’s episode of WWE Raw, losing to Omos in a squash match. He made an appearance on AEW Rampage during The Acclaimed’s music video for their Sting & Darby Allin diss track.
Sanders, Max Caster and Anthony Bowens all trained at the Create A Pro Wrestling Academy in Long Island, New York.
Sanders can be seen at the 28-second and 40-second marks in the video:
— AEW on TV (@AEWonTV) January 15, 2022
Sanders took to Twitter to point out his accomplishment:
— Leo Sparrow (@NoSteakAllSizzl) January 15, 2022
WWE reportedly has significant plans for Omos in 2022. The former Raw Tag Team Champion isn’t currently scheduled to compete at Royal Rumble on January 29. Stay up to date with Royal Rumble entrants by using our entrant tracker, at this link.
The Acclaimed are set to face Sting & Darby Allin on Wednesday’s AEW Dynamite.
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