Feb 7, 2020 - by Jamie Cruickshank

Real Name: Donovan Danhausen
Height: 5’10”
Weight: 180 lbs.
Date of Birth: August 17, 1990
From: Detroit, Michigan
Pro Debut: October 18, 2013
Trained By: Jimmy Jacobs & Truth Martini
Finishing Move: Cradle DDT


– Danhausen made his professional debut in 2013, immediately working under his now-famous gimmick
– On November 18, 2014, Danhausen defeated Owen Travers to win the NWA Michigan Title
– On May 27, 2016, Danhausen defeated Aaron Solow, Martin Stone & Lince Dorado to win the FIP Florida Heritage Title, but would lose it to Stone the next day
– On November 2, 2019, Danhausen wrestled his first match for ROH. He would become a regular for the promotion starting in 2020
– On November 16, Danhausen, Ethan Page & Swoggle defeated Blood Diamond (Jake Lander, Tre Lamar & Joshua Bishop) to win the BLP Tag Team Titles. The trio would defend the titles under the Freebird Rule
– On February 29, 2020, Danhausen & Ethan Page defeated Allie Kat & Dan The Dad to retain the BLP Tag Team Titles
– At ROH Final Battle 2020, Danhausen defeated Brian Johnson by DQ
– At Best In The World 2021, Danhausen & PCO defeated The Bouncers (Brian Milonas & The Beer City Bruiser)
– In November 2021, Danhausen suffered a fractured leg and would be out of action for around six months
– Danhausen debuted for AEW at Beach Break 2022, appearing from under the ring in an Adam Cole vs. Orange Cassidy match. He was confirmed as having signed for the company later that evening
– Danhausen wrestled his first AEW match on the May 11, 2022 episode of Dynamite, losing in short order to Tony Nese after interference from Nese’s manager Mark Sterling
– On the Double Or Nothing Buy In, Hookhausen (Danhausen & Hook) defeated Tony Nese & Mark Sterling
– At Blood & Guts 2022, Danhausen & FTR (Dax Harwood & Cash Wheeler) defeated Max Caster, Austin Gunn & Colten Gunn
– On the Full Gear 2022 pre-show, Danhausen, Chuck Taylor, Trent Beretta, Orange Cassidy & Rocky Romero defeated The Factory (QT Marshall, Aaron Solo, Lee Johnson, Nick Comoroto & Cole Karter)
– Danhausen suffered a torn pectoral muscle at Revolution 2023 and would be out of action for around six months

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