professional wrestling veteran AEW Talent Relations Manager Christopher Daniels recently took to Twitter share some rare accolades When A look back at his in-ring careerDaniels named the many companies he has worked with over his long career, including WWE, WCW, AEW, ECW, New Japan Pro Wrestling, and Ring of Honor.
Daniels said, “I’m nearing the end of the in-ring part of my wrestling life, so I’m honored and humbled to have had the opportunity to work where I have.” “
Exactly when the AEW star will retire remains to be seen, but he’s slowed down his in-ring work in recent years after sustaining an injury. eye injury It remains visible more than a year after it occurred.Most recently, Daniels All Japan Pro-Wrestling 50th Anniversary show and compete several exhibition matches In Japan as part of AEW’s presence at the Tokyo Game Show.
Daniels, 52, made his wrestling debut in April 1993 for the Windy City Pro Wrestling Promotion in Chicago. After a brief stint in his WWE development department in the late 1990s and his stint in WCW near the end of that company’s existence, Daniels has been working independently, including attending his main events in the Ring of I continued to climb the wrestling ladder. The first show of honor in 2002. Daniels was eventually called “the greatest independent wrestler of all time”.