Los Angeles, CA – Over the past 22 years, CHRISTOPHER DANIELS has established a reputation as a world-class professional wrestler.
Daniels first became known to the national wrestling audience after competing against then-WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Taka Michinoku on WWF’s syndicated television show Saturday Night in 1998. Soon after, he also established himself on the international scene as the masked character Curry Man for Michinoku Pro Wrestling in Japan.
Over the next few years, Daniels would become known as the “King of the Indies” by competing in independent wrestling companies throughout the United States and touring Japan as Curry Man simultaneously. In 2002, Daniels would gain notoriety as a roster member for two different fledgling wrestling companies, Total Non-Stop Action Wrestling (TNA) and Ring of Honor Wrestling (RoH).
For the next decade, Daniels would be involved in helping build both companies’ reputation as up-and-coming wrestling federations, and would become a 3-time X-Division Champion and 8-time Tag Team Champion in TNA, as well as TV Champion and 3-time Tag Team Champion in RoH. Over the course of his career, Daniels has been a mainstay on national television and Pay-Per-View for both companies. Now exclusively a premier member of the Ring of Honor roster, he recently enjoyed his third reign as Tag Team Champion with his current partner Frankie Kazarian as one half of the team known as THE ADDICTION, and can be seenon Wednesday nights on Ring of Honor’s television show at 11pm EST on Destination America. Daniels has competed against some of the greatest wrestlers in history, including John Cena, Kurt Angle, CM Punk, AJ Styles, Samoa Joe, Sting, and Kevin Nash.
Daniels also recently became a published comic-book writer with the release of CHRISTOPHER DANIELS & KAZARIAN WRESTLE AW YEAH COMICS, a joint venture with award-winning comic-book creators Art Baltazar and Franco (TINY TITANS, SUPERMAN FAMILY ADVENTURES for DC Comics, ITTY-BITTY HELLBOY for Dark Horse Comics).