Sources: The Baltimore SunDamien Sandow recently spoke with The Baltimore Sun's Arda Ocal about cashing in his Money in the Bank briefcase:
"My strategy will be to cash in when the time is right. Whether it's a match at a pay-per-view or when people least expect it, I'm going to take it. [Mr. Money in the Bank] is without a doubt the most prestigious title I've held. There's only one way to go from here and that's world heavyweight champion."
Sandow also commented on his first run in WWE back in 2005:
"I was in WWE for a few years, back in 2005-2006. I was in a tag team and things didn't pan out. I'm not a tag team guy. Different circumstances arose and I was given the opportunity to show what I can do (as Damien Sandow) and once that happened, things turned out quite differently."
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